Law of the jungle

7 May 2012 By Reynolds Holding

Big shops like Dewey & LeBoeuf run on an eat-what-you-kill basis, rewarding self-interest over loyalty. Investors prefer more stability and financial discipline. Giving non-lawyers stakes in firms would require new ethics rules, but might help avert Dewey-like train wrecks.

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