Saturday, January 22, 2022

Merger on the cards for law firms with Leeds presence

Having agreed headline terms, Weightmans LLP and RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP are now in formal contract negotiations with a view to completing a merger of the two firms at the end of March 2022.

The two firms, which both have offices in Leeds, share a number of synergies in respect of clients and sectors. The merger will add to both firms’ national practices.

The merger will expand the existing support provided to the firms’ clients, as well as enhancing the capabilities across core services.

The combined firm will create a leading UK practice in healthcare in particular and increase the market presence of both firms in London.

The merged firm will have 225 Partners and a total headcount of over 1,400 people and will be known as Weightmans LLP.

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