Addleshaws sees partners profits rise while revenues fall
Addleshaw Goddard has unveiled its financial results for 2009-10, posting a modest increase in partner profits against a small drop-off in revenues. The firm took in fee income of £167.5m for the financial year, down 3.3% from a total of £173.3m in 2008-09, while profits per equity partner (PEP) rose by 5.2% to £426,000.
Addleshaw Goddard has unveiled its financial results for 2009-10, posting a modest increase in partner profits against a small drop-off in revenues.
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