Employment experts warn on part-timers

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Partnership law experts are warning that the issue of part-time work for partners is an “unexploded bomb” that could have a serious effect on law firms in the future. Last week (11 April), The Lawyer reported that Lovells was voting on the remuneration of its part-time partners with the aim of abolishing a scheme whereby […]

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