Turnover nudges up at Newcastle's Dickinson Dees

Chadderton, Sam
May 2012
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/16/2012, p13
Trade Publication
The article informs that Dickinson Dees LLP has mentioned its turnover of 46.1 million pounds and total remuneration of 12.1million pounds for the 2011-12 financial year. It is mentioned that the firm has attained rise of 1.3 percent in its corporate profits as compare to its profits in 2011. It is also indicated that the total remuneration figure includes profit distributed to equity partners and payments made to other classes of partner.


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