Beware of the upturn - why firms still need to be careful in good markets
Jomati founder Tony Williams and Pinsent Masons partner Steve Cottee explain why better economic conditions can be dangerous for firms
As the results for 2014-15 show a sustained if gradual improvement in law firms financial performance, together with the news of Gateley’s successful IPO it is tempting to assume that the worst is now behind law firms after a gruelling period following the financial crisis. However, law firms need to be wary of the upturn and ensure that their firm is well placed to weather the storms that will buffet the legal market for many years to come.
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