Jacoby Keeps Alive NY Suit Over Non-Lawyer Investors

, New York Law Journal


Although Jacoby & Meyers has dropped its New Jersey lawsuit, the firm continues to pursue its battle to overturn bans on nonlawyer investments in law firms through federal litigation in New York, said Andrew Finkelstein, who leads the regional personal injury firm.

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Originally appeared in print as Jacoby & Meyers Keeps Alive New York Lawsuit Over Non-Lawyer Investors

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