I stand by my stated concerns about the high level of partner departures at Ince which erratum tried to fob off with some chaff about junior hires in Dubai. No law firm can survive an exodus of its core breadwinners, no matter how much market smoke-and-mirrors jiggery-pokery it deploys. Buy all the cheap stock you like, it will never be worth more.
That's not correct. Those legacy Ince partners who stayed were all appointed to the LLP on 31 December 2018, at the time of the liquidation, as is clearly shown on Companies House. The 34 are all people who have quit Ince/Gordon Dadds under the current management. Those are the facts.
A law firm's revenue is generated by its partners, and Ince has seen a number of significant partner departures in recent months (all on Companies House, for the doubters). As an investor I would be asking how Ince are going to replace, let alone increase, the lost revenue, with the business model they have.