You’re one of the lucky associates. After years of sleep deprivation, grueling billable-hour goals, demanding clients and partners who expect you to be at their beck and call, your hard work pays off. Equity partnership at last. Finally, you can put your feet up. Take a breather. Maybe even slack off for a couple of months. Right? Not if you’re a partner at Hartford’s Halloran & Sage.

“Just because you become a partner doesn’t mean you can sit down on your laurels and just coast,” warns Harold A. Cort, Halloran’s chief operating officer.

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