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Rimon’s Michael Moradzadeh Writes in the American Bar Association Journal about How Law Firms Need to Adapt for Millennial Partners

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · June 01, 2018
In this ABA Journal article, Rimon’s CEO, Michael Moradzadeh, writes how law firms need to adapt in order to meet the expectation of millennials, who are now rising in the ranks within these law firms. He explains how Rimon Law developed its business model based on these shifting expectations and technology, resulting in an ability to

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Rimon Op-Ed is Top Story in Law360: Big Law’s Perverse Incentive System

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · February 26, 2016
Rimon CEO Michael Moradzadeh’s detailed analysis of the dangerous incentive systems that law firms use to pay associates and partners has rocketed to the top of Law360’s Most Read articles list. Michael examines how firms are putting themselves in danger by distributing big payouts at the beginning and end of the year. Michael notes

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The Bitter Pill Of Competition Within Large Law Firms - Rimon’s Law360 Article

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay · November 02, 2015

On October 19, 2015 the following article written by Rimon's Michael Moradzadeh and Buz Barclay was published in Law 360. You can also see the article on the Law 360 site here.

Earlier this year an International Trade Commission Law Judge found that Dacheng Dentons, a 6,000 + lawyer enterprise structured as a Swiss verein, holds itself out in its marketing to be a single, global law firm.

Well, of course it does. Convincing clients, and lawyer recruits, that you are a huge law firm is pretty much the whole point of being huge. In pursuit of the largest companies with the largest, highest value engagements, and in pursuit of ambitious legal talent, size matters. The vereins are hugely successful at it so far, but they are hardly unique in seeking hugeness recognition.

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