This essential webinar will explain how to make specific compensation decisions for individual partners as they transition to retirement; and how smart firms should prepare now for issues associated with senior-level partners’ departure from practice, before a client crisis occurs.
- Succession planning process and its essential components
- Aligning firm culture and strategy with succession planning
- Key issues that arise in the planning process
Our expert faculty will also guide you through:
- Key steps in creating a detailed transition plan
- Variables based on practice as affected by firm strategy
- How soon is too soon to start planning a retirement/succession compensation plan
- Impact of partner compensation systems including origination credit
- Considerations for partners who retire vs. part-time succession
- How to weave principles of change management into succession planning
- How to manage the psychological impacts of succession
- Real life examples of successful partner succession plans, including compensation factors
Product ID: 21182
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Managing Partner, Equinox Strategy Partners
Jonathan Fitzgarrald is Managing Partner of Equinox Strategy Partners, providing service professionals and firms with strategic counsel to drive revenue and increase market visibility. For nearly two decades and prior to founding Equinox Strategy Partners, Jonathan directed the sales and marketing at three, top business law firms.
Roxanne Jensen has 30 years of experience as a lawyer and consultant for law firms and firm partners. Roxanne practiced law at Morrison & Foerster LLP for 17 years, and served as the Managing Partner for MoFo’s Denver office for 3 of those years. After leaving MoFo, she established and grew a Division for Lateral Partners and Firm Mergers for a national recruiting company. She joined Catapult Growth Partners in 2011, and in 2014 she founded EvolveLaw. Through EvolveLaw, she works with firms nationwide to set and execute business strategy.
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