James Fulton Jr. is one of the few associates in his class of fifth-years at Cooley Godward who has not yet succumbed to the stock option temptation offered by Silicon Valley start-ups.

And to encourage Fulton and others like him to stave off the itch to jump at options, Cooley is planning to cut its 300 or so associates into the firm’s client investment pool.

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