How can law firms plan for a partner’s retirement? Michael Burne recommends early conversations with partners for the long-term benefit of the individual and the firm
It was February 1987 and he was 65. Not the date of his retirement but the date of his death. Ray Allmark, my grandad. Never sick a day in his life. A career as...
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