Addressing the fact that, every year, the total cash compensation paid to non-equity partners — those longer-tenured attorneys on track to become equity partners, and those attorneys the firm wants to keep but who do not satisfy all of the criteria to become equity partners — continues to increase, yet the latter's productivity and contributions to revenue remain about the same.
A Newer Approach for Compensating Non-Equity Partners
New Jersey Law Journal
February 21, 2013
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