Changing Compensation Strategies Put Partners Under Pressure

More and more firms are tweaking partner pay systems to reward top performers. The potential rewards are greater than ever—but so is the risk of losing ground.

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  • The Samuel Beckett of Cravath

    By Vivia Chen, The Careerist

    Remember Alan Hruska, the former Cravath, Swaine & Moore partner turned playwright, novelist and filmmaker? Recently, the 83-year-old former litigator opened his play "Ring Twice for Miranda" at City Center in New York, a highly prestigious off-Broadway venue.

  • Praising Stephen Miller? Seriously?

    By Stephen J. Harper

    Dangerous rhetoric and a president who praises it. Where are Trump’s lawyers?

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