Ally Law member firm Phillips Nizer LLP published the article “Law Firm Succession Planning”in the New York Law Journal’s April 24, 2017 Partnership Special Report.* Succession planning requires that businesses and law firms confront the challenging issues of aging, changing professional identities, and an uncertain future.
Despite established rules and laws governing the confidentiality of attorney-client communications in most jurisdictions around the globe, some clients are requesting that their law firms execute nondisclosure agreements relating to legal representation.
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