HSF brings in new powers to reward top performers as partners vote through lockstep extension

Firm introduces lockstep 'extension zone' running to 130 points to reward star performers

Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) partners have voted through changes to the firm’s remuneration system, which will extend the top of its lockstep in an effort to attract and retain top talent.

The firm’s star performers will now be able to move above the previous 100-point top of lockstep into an ‘extension zone’ reaching up to 130 points.

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