Franklin G. Snyder of the ContractsProf Blog has an interesting post about a case filed by an associate against her former (I assume) law firm, Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman. According to Professor Snyder, the associate alleged that she accepted a lower salary "in reliance on the class-action firm's 'express promise' to give associates a share of the fees generated by cases they brought in." She got a $50,000 bonus, after allegedly bringing the firm $2 million in business. The firm moved to dismiss, but a New York judge denied the motion. Wonder how this plaintiffs' firm is enjoying being on the other side? Read Discretionary Bonus Not Too Indefinite to Enforce to find out.