Amid Departures, Pepper Hamilton Revenue Drops 10 Percent, PPP Down 28 Percent

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Firm leaders said double-digit declines were misleading, but there are signs that partners are unsettled.

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  • Jaap Bosman

    This is a textbook example of what I describe in my book ‘Death of a Law Firm‘ (chapter 7). Typically Law Firms underestimate the effects on PEP when a group of profitabele partners leave the firm. There is an illustration of this effect on our website: tgo-consulting.com/services-cee5

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