Laytons duo head for rivals after Bristol review

O'Connor, Joanne
December 2004
Lawyer;12/6/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 47, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that law firm Laytons' rivals in southwestern England rivals have hired two partners from its Bristol branch. Result of a management review designed to address flagging profitability in Laytons' Bristol office; TLT Solicitors' hiring of a four-lawyer team from Laytons commercial department headed by Perran Jervis; Laytons' Bristol construction head Barrie Hobbs's departure for Clarke Willmott.


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