NY Boutique's Breakup A Clinic On How Not To Part Ways

Law360, New York (August 14, 2012, 6:11 PM EDT) -- The public acrimony among attorneys at the dissolving New York City white collar and litigation boutique Arkin Kaplan Rice LLP, including new allegations that two breakaway partners altered billing records, serves as a cautionary tale of how not to conduct a law firm divorce, experts said Tuesday.

Partners Howard J. Kaplan and Michelle A. Rice, who broke from the firm and are setting up their own practice, Kaplan Rice LLP, have been sued by Stanley S. Arkin — a household name in New York City legal...
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