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How Does Our Evaluation and Compensation Process Encourage Good Client Service?

All humans (some more than others) can be influenced by relative economic returns. Compensation systems that reward behavior that can be inconsistent with good client service are likely to deter at least some lawyers from serving clients as effectively as they could be served. We believe that everyone in the Firm – partners, other lawyers, and staff – should receive compensation based on their relative contribution to the overall success of the Firm. Our decisions are individual, not lockstep, and are not based on formulas of any kind, but rather on an evaluation of the relative contribution of each person to the overall success of the Firm.

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