When is it appropriate to jump ship as a 1st year? My section has been super slow across the firm and multiple associates have left bc of this problem. I’m worried about getting behind in experience.
What is the difference between offensive discovery requests and defensive discovery requests? E.g. with respect to drafting rogs and RPDs to a plaintiff
Litigation vs. Transactional? I’m a 2nd year litigation associate changing jobs and I have the opportunity to either stay in litigation or switch to transactional. What are pros and cons to consider?
A non-alien resident cannot be a shareholder of a S Corp? But what about if he entered into the contract and has been a shareholder for 3 years and now the partner wants to (cont in comments)
I hear a lot about people saying they'd like to go into banking. But most of the time it seems like they really mean PE, which seems like a long shot to me
Does anyone else LOVE what they do, no matter how boring it may seem to others? I am having a weirdly satisfying night of work :)
In the BBC/Netflix mini series Dracula, Dracula had a firm on retainer for almost 200 years. How would that work in reality? Could someone have an indefinite retainer with a firm?
Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that the more difficult partners tend to give more generous reviews and approachable partners tend to be more critical in reviews?
I'm a third year associate working at a smallish firm, thinking about going solo. Currently in defence litigation but I've wanted to do estate planning and tax law since law school but haven't had any opportunities pop up in my area. Any advice on starting solo in either estate planning or tax? (Note: I don't have an llm)
Anybody ever deal with Michael Page for recruiting? After speaking with one of their recruiters they send me a “candidate registration form” which asks me to fill out basic information but also (cont)
Anyone successfully commute from Baltimore to DC? Considering making the switch to a new job in DC but would have to commute from Baltimore City.
Downtime during Project Lifecycles. We all know that when projects are planned and resourced properly/efficiently, the team knows exactly what they’re doing and the clients don’t scope creep, there will be periods of downtime for PMs. This is usually a good thing because that means a project is moving smoothly. Also a bad thing because most of us PMs can’t sit still because we’re doers by nature. During these periods, how do you typically fill up your day to keep busy?
I'm designing our new teacher evaluation system for my charter school. Any ideas for good things to copy from?
BCG 🐠: Anyone have insight into what salary expectations would be for an internal facing manager (more aligned to Knowledge & Analytics group) out of the Chicago office?
For you that tip Ubers and expense it afterwards, how do you keep track? Always update a spreadsheet afterwards?
What kind of Horse Shit 🐴💩 is this...milestone bonus for manager promotions dropped from 25% & 12.5% to 20% & 10%... great 🍒on this shitty week. This will help with retention 📉.
Anybody know the process to transfer California CPA license to a New York license? Or at least have both
Why do people brag so much? Is it cause they have some void in their life that they feel the need to brag so they can feel better about themselves?
Anybody have any knowledge of Ryan LLC? I have an interview with the company and am wondering about the culture and benefits. Recruiter said they have unlimited PTO and have remote working options.
What's the point of giving a range for salary expectations? Won't they just leverage it in order to offer the lower end of the range?
We are having trouble identifying ELL students who have a disability. How can you tell if a student has a reading problem or a difficulty due to language learning?