Massachusetts law firms are feeling the pinch of competition from dot-com companies who are luring associates away with offers of stock options and better hours.

In response, some of the bigger Massachusetts law firms are having to up associates’ salaries, particularly in the mid- to senior-level positions, and come up with creative ways financially or through lifestyle benefits to hang on to their employees.

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