Large firms set to lose out as Kingfisher seeks panel savings
Home improvement giant Kingfisher is planning to slash the number of large law firms it uses, as part of a panel review intended to help the company maximise its legal spend. Kingfisher, which owns brands including B&Q and Screwfix, is mid-way through the review, which is expected to see the company scale-back the number of leading international law firms on its roster from 10 firms to around four.
Home improvement giant set to cut roster of international firms from 10 to four
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