Norton Rose considers move to merit-based partner pay
Norton Rose is considering shaking up its partner remuneration structure, in a move that could make it one of the first leading City law firms to introduce merit-based pay for partners outside a US merger arrangement. The issue is one of the main matters on the agenda of Norton Rose’s new-look partnership council, which met for the first time on 4 July after being reformed in preparation for the three-way merger with Canada’s Ogilvy Renault and South Africa’s Deneys Reitz, which went live on 1 June.
Norton Rose to assess clear break from lockstep partnership
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