Norton Rose equity partners will see their share of the firm’s profits re-based as part of an overhaul of the lockstep and the introduction of a more merit-based remuneration structure.

The shift, which was voted through by partners over the summer following a review by the partnership council, will see the firm extend its lockstep at the top and put greater weight on individual performance from the start of the new financial year in May 2012.

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