Hill Dickinson mulls partner lock-in to fund London investment
Hill Dickinson is considering a partner lock-in to secure funds for a London office move, as the northwest law firm reviews its presence in the capital. Managing partner Peter Jackson said the firm had last year set its sights on a new base in the capital but the deal fell through around Christmas. The deal would have seen partners asked to commit to the firm for a one-year period, during which they would not be able to leave and withdraw their capital.
Hill Dickinson is considering a partner lock-in to secure funds for a London office move, as the northwest law firm reviews its presence in the capital.
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