ABS first-movers Co-op and Slater & Gordon post rising revenues
Co-operative Legal Services (CLS) and Slater & Gordon - two of the early adopters of the alternative business structure (ABS) model – have posted rising revenues in their latest financial reports. In its 2012 half-year report, The Co-operative Group has revealed that revenues generated by its legal arm rose to £17.1m over the six-month period - 19% up on the first half of 2011.
Co-operative Legal Services (CLS) and Slater & Gordon – two of the early adopters of the alternative business structure (ABS) model – have posted rising revenues in their latest financial reports.
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