CC cuts partner council and brings in measures to handle poor performers
Clifford Chance (CC) is set to make exiting underperforming partners easier for management as part of its plans to amend its governance structure. The proposed change to the partnership deed would see management removing partners' right to protest a termination notice through a vote of the partnership, giving the 17-member management committee, led by managing partner David Childs, the final say.
CC considers move to make it easier to exit problem partners
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