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Have you ever found yourself asking these questions? May our partners be protected under our lease by a Yellowstone Injunction? What is the latest case law interpreting forfeiture-for-competition clauses? May our limited liability partnerships contingent fee agreements be assigned to the corporation if we decide to incorporate? In a divorce situation, is the law license of a partner a marital asset? What are the rules partners must follow if they withdraw from our firm? If you don't know the answers to these questions, then Law Partnership Revisited is a must have. Law Partnership Revisited reviews a selection of interesting cases some 75 in all many decided in 2000 and 2001. Each case deals with a practical aspect of running a law firm or being a law firm partner. It revisits and brings up-to-date many of the issues discussed in Law Partnership: Its Rights and Responsibilities, Second Edition. That volume, published by the Division in 1999, and the first edition that appeared several years earlier, contain discussions of over 200 cases. Both were written by George H. Cain, a retired partner of Day, Berry & Howard, LLP, who also authored Law Partnership Revisited. Cain is a graduat