A number of Texas firms got new leaders over the past year, and while the firms seek a seamless transition of power and responsibility, they follow different routes to move from one managing partner to the next.
There is little consistency in how long it takes Texas firms to prepare for a change in leadership, but that’s not to say one template is better than the next.
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