Tag Archives: Equity Ownership

Should Anyone Join a Large Firm Anymore?

The New York Times has a very informative and insightful article on the apparently impending collapse of Dewey and LeBoeuf. It’s all summed up in this quote on the change in the big firm legal world: “There’s a dawning recognition … Continue reading

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Lawyers Hiring Capital, or Capital Hiring Lawyers — The Failure of the Profession to Innovate Creates a Gap

The California Lawyer has an interesting story, Investors at the Gates on the Jacoby and Meyers firm suing in three states to knock out rules preventing non lawyer participation in ownership of law firms — i.e. equity capital. On May … Continue reading

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