Field Fisher moots external investment for personal injury arm

Freedman, Joshua
October 2012
Lawyer (Online Edition);10/ 4/2012, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the possibility that Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP (FFW) will take outside investment to fund its high-cost personal injury and medical negligence business. It notes that the move is part of the firms effort to reduce the amount of partner capital spent on the practice. It adds that the firm is only using bank funding for deferring tax.


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