Pinsent Masons and SJ Berwin are reviewing partner remuneration, with both firms considering moves toward more performance-driven systems.

Pinsents is considering extending its lockstep as well as increasing the performance-related element of equity partner pay, either by boosting the size of its discretionary bonus pool — which currently stands at 10 percent of the firm’s total profits – or potentially by replacing it with another system.

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