Lovells shakes up salaried partner bonus ahead of Hogan deal
Lovells is set to change the way it pays bonuses to its non-equity partners to bring them in line with merger partner Hogan & Hartson. The new system will see Lovells’ salaried partners receive a fixed sum paid out of a central bonus pool directly related to the overall profits of the firm. The fixed sum is yet to be decided.
Lovells is set to change the way it pays bonuses to its non-equity partners to bring them in line with merger partner Hogan & Hartson.
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