He built a powerhouse Bay Street firm and witnessed its collapse. What can he teach the profession?
The high-flying associate, brimming with ambition, has always pursued the same goal: to make partner. Until now. The current generation of associates has seen what it takes to succeed at the top. And it looks pretty awful
The engine of every law firm is the compensation committee. It determines which partners make the most — and the least — money. These judgments can encourage collaboration. Or they can promote selfishness and kill morale. Here’s how they work