Joining an established practice can be a great way to launch your career. However, as in any business relationship, it is prudent to put the terms down on paper. Not only does a written agreement ensure that all parties understand the terms, but this also helps everyone discuss details, issues, and future eventualities that you may not have otherwise considered. Heather Keachie will review the basic structure of an associate agreement, critical considerations to bear in mind when negotiating, and a few practical suggestions for common issues.
Heather Keachie, Mills & Mills LLP
March 22, 2017