Focus: Partner Pay - How do you like your stake?

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  • Well done on that headline...

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  • The difference between the PEP and EPP figures for Dickson Minto is surprisingly small - are those figures definitely correct? Would expect the PEP to be high, but the EPP to be much lower.

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  • Why the obsession with firm size? PEP and EPP rarely show the indicator the clients need to know - management skill. One (of many) metrics capable of doing this is Profit Per Lawyer - PPL. To calculate PPL merely divide the total profit available for distribution by the unmber of FTE practising certificates. PPL removes the gerrymandering associated with other metrics. Re-engineering the top 200 this way will show a very different picture and identify some intersting trends.

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  • It is indeed a rare amusing pun...

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  • Too late to order the obvious but amplifying subtitle - well done or rare?

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  • Good title. In terms of the contents, I bet there are many partners who did better during the recession being on a salary.

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  • I too am surprised like previous commenter Arthur Andersen about Dickson Monto figures.
    On a different note, the financial upheavals that the legal sector is experiencing at present might make it more risky for the equity holders, especially those who are freshly appointed.
    Excellent article as ever.

    TheLawMap

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