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1 July 2022 Browne Jacobson opens first overseas office with Dublin launch

Browne Jacobson has opened its first overseas office in Dublin. The new Dublin office will initially focus on developing a market-leading integrated end-to-end TMT practice focusing on Digital Transformation, Data and IP.

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21 June 2022 Browne Jacobson announces financial results with 11% growth in revenues

Browne Jacobson has announced its financial results for 2021-22 with revenues up 11 per cent year-on-year to £94m, up from £85m. It marks the 13th consecutive year of growth with a 59 per cent increase in revenues since 2015 (£59m).

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12 January 2022 National law firm announces partnering with a host of local charities

Browne Jacobson has announced its new charity partners which it will support to raise vital funds for over the next two years. Each of the firm’s five offices have nominated a local community charity that underpin its commitment to diversity and inclusion as well as corporate social responsibility.

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Guide

Leadership in Turbulent Times: The importance of influence, risk management and engagement

In this paper we set out to identify examples of best practice in maintaining upwards influence, managing risk and engendering employee engagement.

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Legal update

6 July 2016 The vote to leave – impact on company law and regulation

Now that the UK has voted in favour of leaving the EU, what is the likely impact on company law and regulation?

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Legal update

22 April 2016 The realities of austerity and devolution

Our latest report on the devolution debate, Devolution – managing the risks, highlights the key thoughts and views that emerged at our roundtable and highlights a series of recommendations for further consideration by stakeholders on managing the risks associated with this issue.

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Blog

26 March 2015 Devolution and local government structures for collaboration and efficiency

In a climate where collaborative grouping of local authorities has emerged as a model for regional devolution, alongside the obvious financial pressures driven by the current austerity agenda, it is sensible for all councils to consider opportunities to come together to deliver efficiencies and to lobby more effectively for additional powers.

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