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November 30, 2022

What Was Discussed on Ernst & Young’s ‘All Hands Broadcast’?

We’ve heard from a couple people that Ernst & Young had an “all hands webcast” of some kind today but so far, no one has given us any details as to what was discussed.


Of course there were probably kind words about all your hard work this busy season, your commitment to the firm and so on and so forth but we want to get to the crux; this calls for speculation on our part, until we get something more solid. Possible topics include:

1. Hazing methods for the folks from LECG Corp.

2. The announcement of special screenings of In a JIT.

3. Two minutes’ hate for a certain Governor.

4. Mysterious references to “exciting changes” to the compensation structure that won’t be revealed until “details” are sorted out (i.e. management knows what PwC is doing).

5. Your input.

We’ve heard from a couple people that Ernst & Young had an “all hands webcast” of some kind today but so far, no one has given us any details as to what was discussed.


Of course there were probably kind words about all your hard work this busy season, your commitment to the firm and so on and so forth but we want to get to the crux; this calls for speculation on our part, until we get something more solid. Possible topics include:

1. Hazing methods for the folks from LECG Corp.

2. The announcement of special screenings of In a JIT.

3. Two minutes’ hate for a certain Governor.

4. Mysterious references to “exciting changes” to the compensation structure that won’t be revealed until “details” are sorted out (i.e. management knows what PwC is doing).

5. Your input.

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