How CEOs assess the performance of their lawyers; or why it's good to say thanks for the coffee
Let's ignore the irony that this post about assessment of lawyers' performance is written by a lawyer shall we? Yes? Good. Last week I attended the Pinsent Masons Atlas Retreat. Chatham House rules prevents me from sourcing the origin of this post, who was an ex-lawyer, ex-chair of board, ex-company director, ex-superhero etc. Let's call him in a pedantic lawyer-defined term kind of way, 'the Speaker'. The Speaker was here, so we thought, to talk about how CEOs assess the performance of their lawyers.
Let’s ignore the irony that this post about assessment of lawyers’ performance is written by a lawyer shall we? Yes? Good.
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