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Michael Short is a founding Principal of LawVision. He counsels law firms around the world on strategic, management, financial, and operational issues. His client base ranges from small, “local” firms in many countries to large, multi-national operations. Learn more at: LawVisionGroup.com.

Signs That Origination Sharing Is NOT Working

Signs That Origination Sharing Is NOT Working

In the course of our Partner Compensation System work, we have seen many law firms that allow origination credits to be “shared” for purposes of both financial reporting and compensation-setting. Of course, the goal is to promote sharing, teamwork, and collaboration by allowing two or more Partners to divide the credit for the efforts and […]

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