Susman Godfrey, the litigation firm that strives to stand out from the Big Law pack when it comes to pay and benefits, just expanded the definition of its unlimited paid vacation policy to include the newfangled concept of “pawternity” leave.

Neal Manne, a managing partner of the Houston-based firm, said that as soon as he read a commentary about the pawternity leave trend in Texas Lawyer on Monday, it was clear to him that the firm already provides that benefit under the firm’s unlimited vacation policy for associates.

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