Where there’s a will, there is a way (around it) (access required)

It is interesting how, in the long-term course of a law practice, certain procedures have a way of becoming part of a firm’s “standard practice,” without it first being ascertained whether the particular practice is supportable under applicable law. For example, consider this common practice: client is forming a limited liability company (or a family partnership ...

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