DLA sidelines shift to all-equity partnership
DLA Piper has put plans to overhaul its partnership structure by moving to an all-equity partnership on the back burner. The firm had put together a working group last year to look at moving to a single-tier partnership and had planned to make any changes by May 2011. However, management has opted to delay any move in this direction.
DLA Piper has put plans to overhaul its partnership structure by moving to an all-equity partnership on the back burner.
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