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Linklaters mulls streamlining of management as partners push for fee-earner focus

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  • Make 'em work for their millions!

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  • By any measure this quantity of management seems excessive. There are numerous issues here; not the least of which is 'opportunity cost'. Every hour a partner is involved in 'management' an hour of fees is forfeit. When 28 are doing it is reasonable to ask why are so many needed and why hasn't cheaper and professional management been engaged? Try finding a public company with similar T/O and 28 directors. This behaviour places economic stress on the clients and is unnecessary.

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