Obermayer Says Ex-Associate Can't Sue Over 'Intangible' Bonus Credits

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In response to a former associate's lawsuit over bonuses, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel is countering that its associate bonuses are discretionary, and the credits it uses to calculate bonuses don't amount to "tangible" property.

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