Linklaters in talks to introduce gated equity in lockstep overhaul

Linklaters is once again mulling a shake-up of its lockstep with plans to introduce gates to equity “discussed widely” at the firm’s partner conference in Edinburgh in April, according to insiders. The magic circle firm first introduced plans to overhaul its partner remuneration structure in 2011 when senior partner Robert Elliott included a review of the system as part of his election manifesto. [continued]

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