Beware of those fledgling “.com” companies on your firm’s client list. Sure, they have the potential to be a huge source of business down the road. But they also have the potential to lure away the firm’s bright, young legal talent with juicy stock-option deals and exciting, cutting-edge work.

Look what happened to 185-attorney Cummings & Lockwood in Stamford.

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