Hill Dicks mulls removal of two-term managing partner limit as Jackson wins third vote
Hill Dickinson is considering whether to overhaul its partnership deed as managing partner Peter Jackson has been elected to serve a third term in office. Jackson (pictured), who succeeded David Wareing in the post in 2005, is due to begin his third four-year term in May 2014, despite the firm's limited liability partnership deed restricting incumbents to a maximum of two terms.
Hill Dickinson is considering whether to overhaul its partnership deed as managing partner Peter Jackson has been elected to serve a third term in office.
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