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Dewey's Sharp hits out at stricken firm's US management

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  • This simply looks like a case of New City vs Old City. Traditionally law (and the City generally) was something in which people didn't move around often and loyalty to the firm and others therein was a big deal. Nowadays, it is very much an every man for himself world. While there are several people out there who still have and display loyalty, unfortunately they can often get done over, left behind or otherwise shafted by their peers. This is the case whether at partnership level of a firm (sinking, or to one performing exceptionally well), or at trainee level when it comes to fighting for those rarer by the day NQ roles, or at associate level in a climate where redundancy programmes are reported at least weekly on this website.

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