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January 21, 2009

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Stuart TenHoor

While not the most stunning lateral move of late, it definitely continues the trend. At least 10-20% of the "rainmaker" partners ($1m or more in annual collections) of say, the top 20 firms in the LT150, are increasingly worried about this. While culture, platform and profitability have always been keys to lateral movement, being able to offer competitive hourly rates to long-time clients is driving things to a much greater degree right now.

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