Regulation difficulties force Bird & Bird to drop LDP plans
Bird & Bird has decided not to pursue plans to convert to a legal disciplinary practice (LDP) after difficulties with local regulations in some countries where it practises. The UK top 15 law firm was in discussions at the end of last year to add a number of additional lawyers to its partnership, but has opted against altering its structure after coming up against difficulties with Bar rules in other jurisdictions where it operates.
Bird & Bird has decided not to pursue plans to convert to a legal disciplinary practice (LDP) after difficulties with local regulations in some countries where it practises.
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