FFW plans business valuation as firm reviews Legal Services Act options
Field Fisher Waterhouse is bringing in an external body to value the business with a view to potentially seeking external investment during the next financial year. The firm is currently reviewing options presented by the Legal Services Act, including a potential conversion to an alternative business structure (ABS), as well as the promotion of some of its senior non-lawyer employees – including London-based chief operating officer Charlie Keeling – to the partnership.
Field Fisher Waterhouse is bringing in an external body to value the business with a view to potentially seeking external investment during the next financial year.
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