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Our Special Issue 3: A bluechip GC returns (SCOOP), 2 scary graphs, and why no one likes law firms anymore

Sneak preview of a very very scary graph
Sneak preview of a very very scary graph

First, apologies dear especially loved readers for the 3-day delay of last week's newsletter: a seasonal cold had come around and felled me (but fortunately, since these days are rather busy, I'm now fully back on my feet again).

Second, without further ado, in this issue, still up to date and hot:

    • A big-shot GC who has quietly returned to his old home (BSE announcement presumably pending).
    • A brief rumination and 6 reasons of why so many senior law firm partners have recently been exiting the partnership life and 'taking the black' as arguing counsel instead.
    • Find out when Somasekhar Sundaresan is leaving JSA...
    • A sneak preview of some very, very interesting law firm research that'll be published in Mint soon... The above picture is a mysterious excerpt from our sneak preview of a very, very scary graph.
    • If you want to hazard a guess for what this graph is of, please share in comments below and I’ll let you know if you’re right…

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