Clydes COO Jabbari quits firm year after BLG merger

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  • The unkindest cut of all?

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  • Clydes gave him a year's deal. Watch out for a wave of ex BLG people "resigning" in six month's time.

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  • There were some 104 or so BLG partners at time of alleged merger.
    Christmas quiz - How many BLG partners are still at Clydes? Answers here, please.
    Me say, 51 (less than half). Any bidders?

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  • Jabba the Cut is cut! It shows that Clydes know how to run a law firm.

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  • Couldn't Clydes have found Jabbari a role in knowledge management?

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  • 55 blg pardners left and going down......

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  • Amazed it took as long as that. Was there a single fee-earning partner who rated him?

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  • Is there a single fee earning partner who rates those "promoted" to management roles? How quickly do they lose touch with reality? Those fee earners elevated to senior management roles attempting to micro manage is an all too familiar story.

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  • Good to see that Clydes can see through the spiel & figure out who actually does a day's work.

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  • All BLG partners have an 18 month lock in: after that, it's every man for himself. Tick-tock.

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