How To Navigate The Gray Area Of Partner Departures

Law360, New York (October 19, 2010, 1:43 PM EDT) -- Leaving a law firm is rarely easy, and differences among the states in the rules governing the process only serve to complicate matters. Here, legal experts share their thoughts on how to make a graceful exit that will leave everyone happy.

Partners don’t have any obligation to disclose preparatory departure arrangements — such as looking for a new space, incorporating or setting up a new entity, or interviewing with other firms — to their fellow partners, according to Geri S. Krauss, founding partner of Krauss PLLC...
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