NEW! Eye on Ethics: Compensating nonlawyer employees
Bringing in business is essential for law firms, and lawyers thusly associated are evaluated on their prowess in this area as well as their practice skills. But nonlawyer employees can also be valuable in this regard, and have access to networks of individuals that may or may not be available to the lawyers in a firm. The question arises if a lawyer’s compensation is based in part on how much business they bring to the firm, why not likewise motivate and reward a nonlawyer employee?
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