Osborne Clarke Strikes Deal with Integreon
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Osbourne Clarke has agreed to a £50m, which will transfer 75 support staff to outsourcing company Integreon.

As part of the seven year deal, Chris Bull, a former chief operating officer with Clarke, will join the US headquartered legal process outsourcing company as the European chief operating officer.

Simon Beswick, a managing partner with the firm, claims Osbourne Clarke had conducted a 12-month efficiency review which resulted in the conclusion that the profession must focus on core legal services and support services should be outsourced.


Per the deal, Osborne Clarke will outsource all middle office services including IT, shared secretarial services and training facilities.

Beswick said, “For Osborne Clarke, sourcing non-legal expertise from one expert supplier enables a clear focus on our legal activities, with the security of flexible business service support and cost stability. Our clients exist in a tough commercial environment and expect their lawyers to be as focused and cost efficient as they are.”

Integreon intends to establish a UK base in Bristol, hoping to expand rapidly. They also plan to open more offices across Europe as the business recruits new clients.

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Integreon already has offices in the US and India.


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