Linklaters ups FTSE 100 client total as it closes in on Slaughters' pole position

Stanton, Natalie
December 2014
Lawyer (Online Edition);12/2/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the increased total FTSE 100 clients by law firm, Linklaters LLP which had recently merged to multinational electrical and telecommunications retailer and services company, Dixons Carphone. Topics include second position acquired by law firm, Slaughter and May followed by law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in third place with 22 FTSE 100 clients and a list of total number of FTSE 100 clients is presented.


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