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DLA Piper Considers Switch to All-Equity Partnership in International Offices


DLA Piper is considering changes to its partnership structure in its overseas offices, including a switch to an all-equity partnership.

Andrew Darwin, DLA Piper’s managing director of groups and services, tells Legal Week that the firm is looking at a range of options for changes in DLA Piper International, including having one class of partner. The firm currently has a three-tier partnership in its international offices with one tier of equity partners and two tiers of fixed-share partners, the story says.

DLA Piper International includes offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, the story says.

Prior coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “DLA Piper Asks 275 Non-Equity Partners to Ante Up, Goes to 1-Tier Structure”

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