Law360, New York (August 16, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Before coming to Fish & Richardson P.C. earlier this month, 67-year-old IP lawyer Jonathan A. Marshall briefly considered retirement. His firm, Weil Gotshal & Manges, required its attorneys to step down once they hit 68, an age at which not many people are thinking of starting over in a new position.
For Marshall, however, the decision was easy. “It’s not time for me to retire,” he said. “I feel too good.”
In fact, his total vacation time between jobs lasted about 12 hours. On July 31,...
Financial Services Law360 UK and Insurance Law360 UK provide breaking news and in-depth analysis on U.K. and European Union regulation, enforcement, legislation, and litigation involving banks, investment firms, insurers, and more.