Bevan Brittan becomes latest firm to announce redundancies

Harris, Joanne
May 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/23/2013, p8
Trade Publication
The article report that Bristol, England-headquartered Bevan Brittan LLP has launched a redundancy consultation process with three lawyers and six support staff. The firm released a statement attributing the redundancy to the drop in major government projects, which has meant that less work is available for those in the commercial and infrastructure department.


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