Thring Townsend takes on Laytons' Bristol arm

Byrne, Matt
October 2005
Lawyer;10/31/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 42, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that law firm Laytons has consolidated its Bristol, England office with law firm Thring Townsend. Number of lawyers joining the latter firm; Statement of Richard Kennett, CEO of Laytons, regarding the importance of the move in relation to the firm's strategy of focusing more on international work; Determination of Thring Townsend to implement an aggressive growth plan to expand its new Bristol outpost.


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