Muttley Dastardly LLP: Age is not a factor at The Firm (as told to Charon QC)
The government is planning to abolish the retirement age of 65. As with many things the government does, this will not affect us. Partners may retire when they wish. If they haven't retired by the time they get to 50, they haven't been billing hard enough and, in the highly unlikely event that such a faux pas should be made (and it has not happened to date in the glorious history of this firm), the individual will be invited to visit the library or leave.
STATEMENT FROM MATT MUTTLEYManaging Partner, Muttley Dastardly LLP
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