Lateral movement of partners is a fact of life in the profession of law. We understand some moves succeed for the hiring firm, and others fail. On balance, fewer than half work satisfactorily for the hiring firm.
Let’s look at basic economics of lateral hiring and draw basic conclusions about its wisdom. We will limit ourselves to three types of lateral hire.
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