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We are in a frenzy of lateral law firm partner movement.
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International law firm combinations and merger activity was strong around the world in 2011, of special note was Squire Sanders combination/merger with Minter Ellison Perth, one of a new wave of potential US based firm's...more
It’s that season of the year when management locks itself into hushed secret venues and makes determinations regarding law firm partner compensation. In recent years, we have witnessed a rapid escalation of compensation paid...more
A year or more in the making, US News and World Report will shortly issue its much vaunted ranking of US law firms. The thought did occur to me whether this is what the nation, the profession and consumers of legal services...more
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