More than 80 jobs at risk in latest DWF redundancy consultation

Stanton, Natalie
May 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/31/2013, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that following a review of DWF LLP's administrative support requirements in London, up to 35 support roles are at risk in the city. It is noted that full-service offices in Coventry and Teesside will be scrapped by DWF, which is consulting with 11 people across both locations. It is mentioned that the firm's rapid expansion is followed by the redundancy programs.


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