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Mind the Gap

Following an interview with Diana Bentley, writing for Managing for Success in July 2017 (“Mind the Gap”) Partner Richard Turnor comments, in relation to governance strategies for law firms “In a firm, your people are your asset and once a firm loses its best people, it loses profits, and everything goes downhill quickly.  Remember, it’s easier for partners to leave now firms are structured as LLPs.”

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