Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has surged into the top ranks of profitability. Under Chairman Robert Link, the firm went through a controversial transformation into perhaps the nation's most aggressively profit-focused law firm. Today's Cadwalader, at which big producers are lavishly rewarded and underperformers are shown the door, presents a stark alternative to the more conservative ways of traditional top-tier firms. But the firm also has a reputation for ruthlessness that suits some but turns off others.
Does the Future Belong to Cadwalader?
New York Law Journal
February 6, 2007
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