Salaried partner contributions help to clarify legal status

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  • So, basically what you're saying is that SNRD's salaried partners are being asked to kick up some cash, that will most likely go straight to the equity partners' bottom line, so that they could potentially be dismissed unfairly.

    Wow.

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  • The Court of Appeal have granted Tiffin permission to appeal on the basis that the facts found by the ET arguably should have led to a conclusion that Tiffin was an employee of the LLP rather than a partner in it.

    Watch this space

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  • Nice explanation re the UK. But how do you explain that SNR Denton did the same thing to its US "tier 2" partners? You should stop believing the SNR spin -- this is just a capital call in disquise.

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