Linklaters draws level with Slaughters in FTSE 100 client rankings

Stanton, Natalie
December 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);12/2/2013, p6
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The article reports that law firm Linklaters LLP has the same number of FTSE 100 stock index clients as another law firm Slaughter and May for the second time since 2005. Slaughters' number of top-flight clients has decreased as a result of oil services client John Wood Group's demotion to the FTSE 250. Law firm Eversheds gained five new clients in the FTSE 250 table to push it from thirteenth to the fifth spot.


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