Taylor Wessing partners to devote 50% of hours to business development
Taylor Wessing partners will be asked to spend 50% of their recorded hours on business development (BD) activities as part of a bid to boost the firm's profile in a number of sectors. Under the new programme, partners at the firm will be required to devote half their hours to 'investment time', and the remaining half of their time on chargeable hours.
New programme will see associates given target of 400 hours a year to be spent on ‘investment time’
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