In last week’s Law.com Trendspotter column, we wrote about how growing nonequity partnerships at many large firms over the past year could be an indication of poor management, as that tier is too often used as a convenient tool for avoiding many law firm leaders’ two biggest fears: diluted partner profits and uncomfortable conversations with underperforming lawyers.

But we also asked readers for their thoughts: are nonequity tiers useful or unnecessary?

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