Norton Rose puts partner performance at centre of lockstep review

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  • It does occur to me that 'modern' management models such as this are really getting out of control. In my own more modest pratice my two partners and I (one of whom is female) settle our drawings over dinner in Sheringham. Perhaps it is time for our City Colleagues to follow suit.

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  • Anonymous exemplifies the problem! He (for it is a he) is unlikely to have to deal with succession issues as clearly he fails to understand the difference between drawings and profit sharing. On the other hand Norton Rose will probably still be around for the next generation or two

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