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Partner poaching - navigating the movement of law firm partners and practice teams

Skilled partners and practice teams are a valuable asset in law firms. How prevalent is the movement of partners and practice teams between law firms now and is there anything a firm can do legally to prevent losing their best talent?

Richard Turnor, partner and specialist advisor in professional practices at Maurice Turnor Gardner, examines the latest trends in this area.

Click on the link to read his views reproduced with kind permission by Lexis PSL.

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