Wednesday, 01 February 2006 09:12

Lawyers, liability and the firm

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Lawyers, liability and the firm Personal relationships and widely shared ideas about ethics and conduct once guarded the integrity of law firms. Not any more. Megafirms, competition and the LLP have changed all that. The question is, what is taking the place of the traditional law firm and the values it was built on?
Thursday, 26 January 2006 09:12

Borderlines...Act anywhere, liable everywhere?

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When it comes to doing business abroad, more and more companies — and their executives — are bumping into conflicting legal environments: as the Enron and Hollinger  cases show, their lawyers need to find out what’s out there, before the trouble starts.
Thursday, 26 January 2006 09:12

Mentoring grows up

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Once a dusty tradition that occurred on an ad hoc basis, if at all, mentoring is making a comeback. In fact, using top judges and lawyers to mentor young lawyers is becoming an important part of training associates at some of the country's best-known firms.
The billable hours approach to compensation, with its emphasis on individual work, is giving way at some top firms to a more collegial model.
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