Fee-ding frenzy

February 2014
Lawyer (Online Edition);2/17/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on some alternative approaches for paying lawyers in any given transaction. It refers to an analysis of public merger and acquisition (M&A) fees in Great Britain, which reveals that 29.4% of the total fees, spent by clients in any transaction, is paid to lawyers. It focuses on the concept of paying fee in form of shares, and also focuses on the firms including Stephenson Harwood LLP, Thomas Eggar LLP and Memery Crystal which have taken part payment in equity.


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