|Firm name||PEP 2016||Turnover 2016|
|Clifford Chance||£1.23m (+10%)||£1.39bn (+3%)|
|Freshfields||£1.47m (+8%)||£1.32bn (+7%)|
|Allen & Overy||£1.2m (+0%)||£1.31bn (+2.3%)|
|Pinsent Masons||£550,000 (+2.2%)||£382.3m (+5.5%)|
|Dentons||£530,000 (+6%)||£165m (+7%)|
|Stephenson Harwood||£774,000 (+1.5%)||£158m (+9%)|
|Fieldfisher||£550,000 (+8.7%)||£121m (+7.5%)|
National Accident Helpline admits talks ongoing with big PI firm about leaving its panel.
Company says its half-year results reflect continuing progression of the business.
Chief executive says results show ‘historic perspective’ and insists profitable times are returning.
Cardiff practice plans to concentrate more on work outside of RTA claims.
National firm happy with trading performance and says it has invested for future prosperity.
Junior City lawyers continue to receive handsome wage increases.
Accounts filed at Companies House show London branch of US firm had one of the highest profit to turnover ratios in the City.
Net profit and profit per partner down 6% despite revenue rise.