Withdrawal, retirement and disputes: what you and your firm need to know
Lowell E. Rothschild, Edward B. Berger, American Bar Association. Section of Economics of Law Practice
Section of Economics of Law Practice, American Bar Association, Jun 1, 1986 - Law - 99 pages
This book discusses the organizational issues confronting a law office when a partner withdraws, retires, or is disabled. The work includes sample language for partnership agreements, options for retirement plans, model parental leave policy, income protection for disabled partners, and more.
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