Mintz managing member Robert Bodian was out for a run several years ago when he decided to revamp the firm’s approach to origination credit.

He worried that the Boston-based firm’s policy of awarding all the credit earned from a client to the partner who first brought it to the firm, in perpetuity, established the wrong incentives, even though it was a long-standing practice across the industry.

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