Second- through sixth-year associates at bonus-happy Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan will receive supplemental rewards based on the high-powered litigation firm’s performance, chairman John Quinn announced in a memo Tuesday.

But the memo, first noted by Above the Law and subsequently obtained by The American Lawyer, has a catch. Associates seeking the extra riches can’t cash in unless they agree to stick around Quinn Emanuel for another three years.

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