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Altman Weil Inc. 2003 Survey on Law Department Administrator Compensation Results Overview
Altman Weil Inc. 2006 Altman Weil / IPMA Paralegal Compensation Survey Results
Altman Weil Inc. Business origination and personal fees collected are the two most important factors determining law firm partner compensation, according to AW's 2006 Survey of Compensation Systems in Private Law Firms.
Altman Weil Inc. The Survey reports on law firm leadership roles, priorities and compensation for lawyer and non-lawyer management positions.
Book Review: Compensation as a Strategic Asset: the New Paradigm. The Marcus Letter: The Equity Factor in Compensation: A Primer for the Managing Partner And Everyone Else In The Firm.
Cotterman, James D. Guidelines to origination affecting compensation decisions. March 2005
Cotternan, James D. Law firms are struggling to find equilibrium between the work available and the staffing required to do it, as well as between the price clients will pay for that work and the cost to the firm to service it. Good compensation decisions
Cotterman, James D. Compensating the rising star is partly about money. But the best practices go beyond the paycheck and extend to other factors that bind top performers to their careers and organizations. This article outlines the challenges and opportu
Cotterman, James D. How to compensate a partner with a unique practice within a law firm; methods can be quite diverse. August 2004
Jarrett-Kerr, Nick. Whatever partner compensation system is currently in place, and whatever the size of the firm, there are some consistent issues and themes that must be sensitively and fairly addressed. This article discusses the benefits and pitfalls
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