Compensation in Law Firms

Date   Title Author(s)
March 1, 2005   Compensating Business Origination James D. Cotterman
September 10, 2009   Compensating Partners and Associates in Trying Economic Times James D. Cotterman
June 10, 2016   Compensating the Rising Star James D. Cotterman
August 1, 2004   Compensating the Unique Practice Partner James D. Cotterman
November 5, 2015   Compensation and Cross-Selling James D. Cotterman
March 7, 2014   Compensation Best Practices James D. Cotterman
May 3, 2017   Compensation Committees’ Most Common Errors James D. Cotterman
April 13, 2009   Compensation Risk Assessment James D. Cotterman
April 13, 2009   Compensation Risks in a Down Economy - A Discussion Thomas S. Clay
James D. Cotterman
January 1, 2004   Determining the Right Partner Compensation James D. Cotterman
January 1, 2003   Direct Compensation Allocation James D. Cotterman
April 1, 2003   Examining Your Compensation System James D. Cotterman
July 28, 2009   Law Firm Compensation Practices Update James D. Cotterman
June 1, 2007   Lockstep Compensation: Does It Still Merit Consideration? James D. Cotterman
April 1, 2006   Making Better Compensation Decisions James D. Cotterman
October 1, 2008   Making Sense of Staff Compensation James D. Cotterman
March 1, 2003   Marketing, Origination and Formulatic Law Firm Compensation Systems Alan R. Olson
November 1, 2011   Pay Proportional to Performance James D. Cotterman
April 5, 2012   Paying and Transitioning Leaders James D. Cotterman
September 1, 2015   Realization and Compensation James D. Cotterman
November 30, 2009   Recognizing Origination James D. Cotterman
September 1, 2002   Staff Compensation Part II - Incentives James D. Cotterman
April 1, 2003   Subjective Law Firm Compensation Systems, Marketing and Origination Alan R. Olson
June 1, 2010   The Changing Face of Associate Compensation James D. Cotterman
January 1, 2001   Unreasonable Compensation for P.C. Shareholders James D. Cotterman
January 6, 2017   Why Do We Have Compensation Programs? James D. Cotterman

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