Valuing Managers: The Art of Paying Partners Who Manager the Firm

Certain management functions must be performed to make any business succeed. If two lawyers start a firm, it is logical that they initially perform these functions themselves. As the firm grows, it may become prudent to hire staff to handle administrative matters. But the core leadership functions of planning, motivating and directing remain with the... Continue Reading »

  It is relatively rare to find a major business developer in a law firm who maintains a truly large... Read more »
Big Law is dying!  That’s the theme of thousands of articles and blog posts that show up on our desktops... Read more »

Déjà vu All Over Again

Well, we’re about to do it again.  Virtually every law firm in the world is preparing for a compensation review... Read more »

Selling a Merger

We’ve seen it dozens of times.  The leaders of two firms work to put together a merger, but when it... Read more »