- What a fair, and mutually successful succession compensation agreement looks like
- How soon is too soon to start planning a retirement/succession compensation plan
- Best practices for building post retirement work into compensation planning
Our expert faculty will also explore:
- Real life examples of successful partner succession compensation plans
- Key steps in creating a detailed transition plan that includes a proposed workload reduction
- Applying the variables (based on firm size and practice type)
- How some firms are funding transitions
- How to ensure that compensation related to succession meets lawyer expectations and client/firm needs
- Considerations for partners who retire vs. part-time succession
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Andrew E. Jillson
Director, Hayse LLC
Andrew Jillson is a veteran when it comes to the challenges and opportunities faced by an enterprise in transition. In his more than 30 year career as a lawyer, Andy has provided strategic counsel across every industry. He brings deep experience wherever personnel, operational, strategic and/or legal issues converge to necessitate organizational change.
John Remsen, Jr.
TheRemsenGroup, Atlanta, GA
John Remsen, Jr. is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on law firm leadership, management, marketing and business development. After serving as in-house marketing director at two major law firms, John formed TheRemsenGroup, a consulting firm that works exclusively with law firms to help them develop and implement long-term strategic objectives to improve cohesiveness, performance and profitability.
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