managing partner



The highest formal job title given to a senior partner in charge of a firm's overall practice, management and day-to-day operations. A managing partner is roughly equivalent to a chief executive officer of a corporation in terms of duties and responsibilities, but in a partnership or small firm and not a corporation. This job title is commonly used in accounting and law firms.

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  • The firms Managing partner makes all the decisions regarding the cases they will take, as well as who will represent their client.

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  • If you are going to bring someone on as your managing partner you must make sure that you can work well together.

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  • John Jacobs was the managing partner in Smith, Linley, and Jacob Law Firm as he had started the firm himself and carefully selected Smith and Linley to be part of his growing business.

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