By August J. Aquila
Creating the Effective Partnership
There may be some senior partners who want to spend their remaining years basking in the sun or playing golf.
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But given the negative and low returns of the stock market the last few years, more senior partners will be concerned about their economic future and will want to stay involved in the profession. This can be a win-win situation for both parties or it can be a lose-lose.