|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%)|
Company intends to increase legal services provision in growing number of funeral homes.
Same percentage of regional firms warn equity partner profits are falling as City firms boast partner profits are up.
Birmingham based firm benefits from strong growth across housing, local government, health and social care.
LLP arm of the business suffered in 2016 after feeling the effects of a high-profile merger.
Insurance litigation firm reveals 29 staff could lose their jobs as it relocates part of business from Southampton to Manchester and Liverpool.
Firm hails record financial results despite ‘geo-political uncertainty’.
International firm says its annual results were not boosted by fall in value of the pound.
Revenue flat in year of ‘political and economic uncertainty’.