Shakespeares in talks to merge with Leicester firm Marrons

Gannage-Stewart, Hannah
May 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/31/2013, p11
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The article reports on Shakespeares LLP's plan to acquire Marrons which will represent its sixth acquisition. It is noted that Marrons is currently home to 32 staff including 12 planning lawyers, one consultant and eight qualified town planners while the merger will strengthen the Shakespeares' planning practice through the addition of new planners.


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