The Death of Lockstep?

Last week Jim Stewart of The New York Times published $11 Million a Year for a Law Partner? Bidding War Grows at Top-Tier Firms which was pegged to the news that Sandra Goldstein had left Cravath for Kirkland, and a reported compensation package of $11-million/year...

The Economics of Kirkland and Cravath

The compulsively readable James Stewart of The New York Times, who authors the weekly “Common Sense” column, which ranges widely across the business landscape, just published “$11 Million a  Year for a Law Partner? Bidding War Grows at Top-Tier...

Leopard Solutions’ Annual Competitive Analysis

Our good friends at Leopard Solutions have just come out with their annual recap of the law firm competitive landscape.  If you don’t know Leopard, they have one of the most rigorously researched and scrupulously maintained databases there is to be had on a rich...

An Iron Fist in the Velvet Glove of Associate Pay?

Across the pond from New York our friend Alex Novarese, editor in chief of Legal Business, just published his commentary Associate pay smoke screen: it’s fooling no-one, which notes “the emergence over the last two years of suspiciously co-ordinated attempts by London...

“Transition” or “Chasm?”

The following article was first published earlier this week in The Lawyer.  We reproduce it here with their kind permission. Two days after the US Presidential election, the Atlantic magazine’s lead article, “The Trump Transition Begins,” opened with this short...
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