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Sunday, Jan 26 2014
A 55-year-old attorney at White & Case, who recently filed for bankruptcy, is a prime example of the plight of today’s “non-equity partners.” That's according to The New York Times.
Non-equity partners are an increasingly large class of law firm employees who, despite their “partner” titles, do not share the risks and rewards of the firm’s practice and typically have no clients they can claim as their own.
Read the full article from The New York Times.
Last modified on Sunday, 26 January 2014