As the big Southern California law firms close the books on the recession-to-riches 1990s, they’re taking care to tally “boom-year” bonuses for that increasingly pricey, if overworked, class of attorneys known as associates.

Profit-based cash bonuses have become somewhat common in recent years, a reflection of the phenomenal revenue and manpower gains posted by law firms across the country.

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