BLP votes to retain 80% stake in Lawyers on Demand spinoff
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has approved the spin-off of the firm’s Lawyers on Demand (LOD) service, with the firm to retain an 80% stake in the much-touted contract lawyer business. Partners at the firm voted on the deal last night (23 May), with LOD set to be transferred into a separate company from 1 June this year.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has approved the spin-off of the firm’s Lawyers on Demand (LOD) service, with the firm to retain an 80% stake in the much-touted contract lawyer business.
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