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  • Overview

    Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore’s growth continues as it posts a 9.6% increase in revenue at the half year stage. In its last full financial year (2014-15) the firm recorded a rise in income of just over 10% to £8.47million.
     
    Thomson Snell & Passmore's Chief Executive said: “On the back of a successful year last year, it is encouraging to see the pace of growth continue. The corporate and private client sides of our practice have seen similar increases in fee income, with commercial disputes, commercial property, matrimonial, clinical negligence and personal injury leading the way. We have also seen a marked uptick in activity across all six of our key markets, but most especially in the food and beverage and transport & logistics sectors.”

    Slater continued: “Usually, the second half of the year is stronger for us and our pipeline shows no sign of letting up so we look forward with optimism to 2016."

    First published in December 2015 by Kent Business: Thomson Snell & Passmore increases revenues by 9.6% thanks to food and drink and transport sectors

     

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