Since its establishment our office has been based on the principle of true partnership. This means that all our partners own equal shares of our office and that the profit of our office is divided equally among partners. The billing of an individual partner does not affect their salary either. Correspondingly, the salaries of our lawyers are based on fixed monthly wages.
We see that the principle of true partnership supports the accumulation of our lawyers’ know-how and an open, conversational work culture within the firm. Our clients benefit from the principle of true partnership, because our lawyers can direct assignments to the lawyer who best knows the relevant law. An individual lawyer does not need to safeguard their personal billing to ensure the accrual of their salary.
To conclude, the principle of true partnership adds to our firm’s focus on the know-how and expertise of our specialists: it supports the capitalization of the entire firm’s expertise both in handling individual assignments and in building a winning expertise. Indeed, our expertise is internationally recognized.