Firms Recalculating Compensation Models

, The Legal Intelligencer

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"Here, we're always taking the view that if you bring in a lot of business, you should be compensated, but, by and large, the most highly compensated partners are also those that could demand more anywhere else and don't because they recognize that for the good of the firm, it's important to leave some of that on the table for those that are doing the work and contributing to the success," Stewart said.

Zack Needles can be contacted at 215-557-2493 or zneedles@alm.com. Follow him on Twitter @ZNeedlesTLI.

Gina Passarella can be contacted at 215-557-2494 or at gpassarella@alm.com. Follow her on Twitter @GPassarellaTLI. •

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  • Chuck Bernstein

    Good basic article that is food for thought.

  • Publicus

    Downplaying origination is long overdue if we are going to make any continued claim to being a "profession." Rainmakers have had their rings kissed for too long. Let them bolt if their greed can't be satiated - the firms and the profession will be the better for it.

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