Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering is sitting this one out. While firms across town implement increasingly elaborate bonus structures, the D.C. firm is resisting a shift to a more discretionary pay scale for associates.

The firm’s partners are still compensated in near total lock step. So it only stands to reason that the same policy should apply to associates, says managing partner William Perlstein.

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