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If The Rainmaker Is An Abuser

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March 16, 2018

The challenge of dealing with an abusive law firm rainmaker is that rainmakers are in high demand and about as mobile as they want to be. Nonetheless, firms must now “look within and confront the dilemma,” writes law firm consultant Karen Kaplowitz. “Law firms are less likely than their major corporate clients to attract national media attention, but law firm scandals will inevitably be covered in depth in the legal press and business press. If your firm has tolerated abusive conduct by powerful rainmakers in the past, it is time to develop some new strategies and the fortitude to implement them.” Tapping experts who have seen the process, the author provides a number of examples.

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