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Smith & Williamson's head of professional practices, Giles Murphy, on why firms need to get to grips with productivity, profitability and WIP
The LLP accounts for the UK's top law firms offer real insight into the challenges they face
Legal Week editor Georgina Stanley talks to Smith & Williamson's Giles Murphy about what UK top 50 LLP accounts can tell us the the state of health of the country's largest law firms
Firm's London revenues rise 20% while profit grows by 48%
LLPs show firm's highest paid partner received £1.17m in 2015-16
LLPs show 22% net profit dip after investment in new premises and IT projects
Highest paid partner receives £1.49m as Pinsents' top earner pay drops to just over £800,000
Loss comes after acquisition of software company Mariott Sinclair
Top pay climbed 62% in 2015-16
Olswang and CMS file LLP accounts ahead of three-way merger with Nabarro
Remuneration for management team rises 13% to £4.3m
Accounts reveal details of remuneration for magic circle firm's leadership team
Are the UK's top law firms improving the way they are financially managed?
With the 2015-16 reporting season nearly over, we take an in-depth look at the LLP accounts for the UK’s largest firms for the previous year
Ambitious law firms should be looking beyond their partnership for new sources of capital
Top 50 UK rivals claim investment programmes are paying dividends, although growth rates at both firms have slowed
The most and least profitable US firms in London according to their LLP accounts as well as details of headcount and staff costs
Top earners at Clydes, Allen & Overy, Freshfields and Eversheds among those landing more than double average PEP
Fellow insurance firm Ince & Co also reports fall in revenue and operating profit
UK firm cuts net debt by more than 50% as it continues to weigh up possible merger options
Firm's London office posts rise in turnover after 11% dip last year as top earner pockets over £1m
Firm's operating profit year-on-year is flat while average partner pay dips to £410,000
Weakened euro and Australian dollar cited as key factor behind HSF's marginal revenue dip as LLP accounts show top earner took home £1.8m
Greenberg Traurig's London arm experiences 6% profit drop as members pay in £2m in capital.
Firm’s highest paid partner took home £1.8m as revenue also rises markedly
Irwin Mitchell accounts shows impact of acquisitions as revenue reached £210m
The firm's operating profit increased to £60 million as revenue neared £187m
Partner profit hit in aftermath of Lawrence Graham merger as the firm takes out loans
The firm's non-US operations saw revenue fall by 3% but the partnership eliminated its debt
City firm's most highly paid partner took home just over £2m in 2014-15, one third more than in the previous year
Which are the metrics that paint a true picture of law firm financial health? This video looks beyond revenue and partner profits
2013-14 signalled a return to more stable times for many leading law firms, but how much of this was down to prudent financial management?
Both firms increase staff numbers as profit for distribution among members rises
Profit attributable to the highest paid partner dropped despite 19% jump in operating profit
Companies House record reveals increase in overdraft from £9.7m to £20.6m as firm funds investment
Ashurst cut its debts and significantly improved its cash position during the last financial year.
Firm's top paid director took home increased pay packed as accounts show significant reduction in net debt.
Eversheds' increase in capital repayments to members coincides with a fall in size of partnership
Revenue at the firm grew by 3.4% over the year as operating profit reached £38m, £9m more than the previous year
Deloitte files resignation notice after previously expressing willingness to continue in role
Firm's accounts show net debt climb 22% as operating profit fell 4% and staff costs rose as CMS Cameron McKenna sees 10-fold increase in cash at bank and in hand
Bank loans soar as it expands reach in Spain and Latin America while shelved IT project lands the firm with a £2.9m bill
Firm's LLP filing for 2013-14 shows increase in pre-tax profits and revenue alongside additional capital contributions from partners.
LLP filing shows pay for Bird & Bird's top earner fell 10% to €911,000 during 2013-14
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) shrunk its net debt by 15% during the 2013-14 financial year, with the reduction coming alongside a 25% increase in operating profit.
Morgan Lewis & Bockius has converted its London and Paris offices to a UK limited liability partnership (LLP), just days after the acquisition of more than 700 lawyers from Bingham McCutchen.
Simmons & Simmons’ highest paid member pocketed earnings of £1m in 2013-14, 25% up on the previous year’s top figure of £800,000.
Mishcon de Reya is set to overhaul its partnership model to an all-equity structure and become a limited liability partnership (LLP) by the end of autumn next year.
Shoosmiths came out top in Legal Week's employee satisfaction survey, but it's the turnaround in its financial performance that may be even more significant
The economic outlook may be brightening, but is this reflected in the financial performance of the UK's top 50 law firms? Caroline Thorpe sifts through the 2012-13 LLP accounts to find out
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