The union of London's Lovells and Washington, D.C.'s Hogan & Hartson is arguably the most successful trans-Atlantic law firm combination ever. But did the firm miss some opportunities?
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If your firm has been spending big bucks on branding, paying fat bonuses or packing associates off for courses at Harvard Business School, you've just wasted your partners' hard-earned money.
Being bumped from an airplane is a raw deal. Sitting on a jury is way worse. What could be done to change that? Fair pay.