Challenge to Ban on Non-Lawyer Owners Is Revived

Jacoby & Meyers got some breathing room on Nov. 21 in its uphill attempt to overturn New York state's ban on outside investments in law firms.

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    This issue is going to be keep coming back to the courts especially if the world economy stays stagnant. While some may feel this mattered is settled, the real world consequences of small firms being outspent by big firms is having an effect on the justice system and may lead to a critical mass of complaints about the unfairness the system embodies.

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