Twenty-two DLA Glasgow staff take redundancy after Edinburgh trial
A team of 22 DLA Piper staff have turned down the opportunity to relocate permanently to Edinburgh from Glasgow following the end of a three-month trail. The test period, which came to an end on 1 July, was introduced after the firm decided to close its 85-strong Glasgow base in April following a review of its UK operations. After initially making 45 staff redundant, the firm offered 30 staff the chance to switch to Edinburgh along with the office's 10 partners.
A team of 22 DLA Piper staff have turned down permanent relocation from Glasgow to Edinburgh following a three-month trial period.
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