Part II of this Comment will discuss in detail the two primary issues facing a law firm that is dealing with dissolution: property division and "custody" of the firm's clients upon dissolution. 15 Part III will review the Pennsylvania Bar Association Program and examine the successes enjoyed by the program. Part IV will look at the benefits of using mediation in firm dissolutions and analyze the advantages between alternative dispute resolution and litigation
Brian K. Asberry,
When Your Law Firm Wants a Divorce: Mediating the Dissolution of Law Firms,
1990 J. Disp. Resol.
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