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Class actions go Dutch

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New York Bar bans lawyers from working in firms owned by non-lawyers

The New York Bar has banned lawyers in the state from becoming an employee of a firm in which non-lawyers hold a stake, effectively preventing UK firms with New York bases from seeking external investment. The ruling by New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), issued yesterday, applies to law firms in other states or outside […]

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