Newly merged Bond Dickinson to combine partnerships with two-tier structure
Newly merged Bond Dickinson is planning to revamp its partnership into a single two-tier structure as the firm's management pushes ahead with the integration of legacy firms Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees. The union, which went live on Wednesday (1 May), will see the firm adopt Dickinson Dees' two-tier partnership rather than Bond Pearce's three-tier structure, with the merged firm to operate a full equity and junior equity rank with a modified lockstep. A final decision on the move is expected later this year, but it is likely to see Bond Pearce's 25 fixed-share members, who are effectively salaried partners, join either the junior or full equity rank.
Newly merged Bond Dickinson is planning to revamp its partnership into a single two-tier structure as the firm’s management pushes ahead with the integration of legacy firms Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees.
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