We are in an era of law firm consolidation and rapid-fire lateral movement. In that environment, firms devote much of their energy and resources to the “chase.” Potential lateral candidates are wined and dined, and promises are made about the melding of cultures, the flexibility of rules and the lateral lawyers’ ability to influence their new organization.
Then the honeymoon ends.
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