False impositions - can Addleshaws live up to its own reputation?
For Addleshaw Goddard, its own reputation must now seem as much a burden as it was recently an asset. Indeed, judging from the problems that have hit the firm over the last two years, a cynic would wonder if there was something of a prize ‘got without merit’ in its image. The firm had two well-handled mergers behind it, a superb client base, plenty of good partners and a reputation for cohesion and tight management. With the exception of its sizeable real estate team, several years back the upwardly mobile and decisive firm seemed one of the best bets to buck the post-crunch gloom.
Can Addleshaws live up to its own reputation?
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