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"The big issues are how you reward critical performance which does not directly translate into pounds and how you reward partners without whom the firm could not function properly but who do not have control of the key clients."
Latest comment: 20 Jun 2013 | 10:43 | | 7 comments
"Maybe the journalist goes with an attention-grabbing headline to, erm, grab attention and get people to read the story? "
Latest comment: 17 Jun 2013 | 11:56 | 3 comments
"Some of the comments from people in Glasgow criticising this above are written with selfish and narrow-minded motives. North-shoring's not a new thing. It's not even new in the legal sector. Most of these roles will pay above average income so econ..."
Latest comment: 14 Jun 2013 | 17:26 | | 11 comments
"This is a ridiculous plan. No self-respecting Glasgwegian will ever permanently move to Edinburgh. They will however work there temporarily for a small cash charge. You can take a boy out of Glasgow, but you'll never take a Glasgow out of a boy.........."
Latest comment: 14 Jun 2013 | 15:57 | | 1 comment
"Why are Ashurst selling out to RBS by moving their support services to Scotland as recommended by RBS? It can't be for the 2.5 million grant. "
Latest comment: 13 Jun 2013 | 09:57 | | 3 comments
"I'm enjoying the updates from the Lions' tour Max, keep them coming. A good mix of travelogue, personal memoirs, rugby and law! Hopefully you (and the rest of the tour party) can stay fit and a 100% record on and off the pitch would be great."
Latest comment: 11 Jun 2013 | 11:20 | 1 comment
""Temp' to fixed term": all City firms care about is that a few diversity boxes are ticked for a while. "
Latest comment: 11 Jun 2013 | 09:51 | | 2 comments
Latest comment: 10 Jun 2013 | 23:38 | | 1 comment
"'The supermarket giant is understood to be renegotiating its fee arrangements' - i.e. pushing law firm supplier prices down and down and down until they choke. Perhaps this is a new meaning for the term 'Tesco Law'?"
Latest comment: 07 Jun 2013 | 16:15 | | 1 comment
"Well done on the settlement. Did you ever hear about what happened to the person who sued their employer, a law firm? No, neither did I. Best of luck getting a job! "
Latest comment: 06 Jun 2013 | 17:30 | | 1 comment
"King & Spalding getting John Packer is a real coup."
Latest comment: 06 Jun 2013 | 11:52 | | 1 comment
"More evidence that DWF is the new Eversheds/DLA. As the former national giants look international, firms like DWF are well-placed to take advantage. "
Latest comment: 04 Jun 2013 | 10:27 | | 1 comment
"Another one bites the dust! And another one gone, and another one gone.... You forgot to mention that ex HS Tokyo managing partner, Steve Lewis, moved across to Bingham about a year ago."
Latest comment: 03 Jun 2013 | 18:42 | | 1 comment
"Oh, Lordy. "
Latest comment: 02 Jun 2013 | 22:40 | | 1 comment
"Surely you mean 16 years at Eversheds - what about the two year TC? 16 years of your youth at Eversheds on the off-chance that you might become a salaried partner at the end of it. What a thought - I doubt the associates come into work bright-eyed ..."
Latest comment: 31 May 2013 | 16:34 | | 7 comments
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