Firms get tough on exit terms as deterrent tactics gain sway
Top firms take wildly differing stance to partner exit terms, but research shows growing willingness to enforce tougher notice periods. Caroline Grimshaw reports on the latest Big Question survey
UK business lawyers continue to disagree on what is an acceptable notice period for departing partners, while a high number of clients are complaining about partners being put out of reach through such measures.
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