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Citing client concerns with billing practices, Reed Smith announced a new compensation plan today. The new plan, which the company cleverly named CareeRS, separates associates into three tiers and three compensation plans based on performance. Associates will either be junior, mid level or senior, depending on how well they have demonstrated “core competencies”.

Founded in 1877, Reed Smith LLP employs 1500 attorneys in 23 cities worldwide. The firm counsels 28 of the top 30 US banks, and 10 of the world’s 12 largest pharmaceutical companies. In addition to the United States, Reed Smith has offices in the United Kingdom, continental Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

  
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