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Is Deutsche Bank’s Refusal to Pay Junior Lawyers Misguided?

Is Deutsche Bank’s Refusal to Pay Junior Lawyers Misguided?

Talk of the morning came out of the U.K., when Legal Week reported that Deutsche Bank will stop paying its outside law firms for work performed by newly qualified lawyers and trainees. “The decision, which will apply to firms appointed as a result of Deutsche’s current panel review, represents a first major move by a

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Boies Schiller Winds Down 20-Lawyer Corporate Practice

Boies Schiller & Flexner is disbanding its 20-lawyer corporate practice, the bulk of whom are headed for the larger competitor, Paul Hastings. “It’s much more practical in today’s environment to have a boutique litigation shop than a boutique corporate practice,” said David Boies, the litigator who has run the 300-lawyer litigation law firm since he

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