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To understand how leaders in the largest law firms in the U.S. are currently approaching the competitive market for legal talent, Thine, a technology company that develops and deploys pre-hiring and integration assessments, engaged Ari Kaplan Advisors to interview a cross section of professionals making decisions about hiring, development, and promotion in AmLaw 100 firms. For this research, I had the privilege of interviewing 30 chief talent officers along with directors and managers of recruiting between Sept. 3, 2021 and Nov. 24, 2021.
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By Lawrence L. Bell
This article reminds readers of §409A’s draconian penalties and specific guidance of amending modifying, amending or terminating existing nonqualified deferred compensation plans.
By Bryce Sanders
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By Alex Geisler
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