It’s not too often I get to blog about one of my favorite topics, limited liability litigation, in connection with a case involving a law firm. Typically, law partners want to keep their partnership disputes out of court, at least in Connecticut. But one case filed back in April involving a local law firm has heated up, and another was recently filed between the same parties.
Yes, of course you can, if he or she is doing some very bad things. You see, partners get into disputes all the time. Disagreements happen, whether they are between partners in a limited liability company, a true partnership, or shareholders in a closely-held corporation. And sometimes those disagreements are pretty serious, like when one partner steals money from the company. Or, maybe one of the partners starts a competing business and takes away the company’s customers. That kind of stuff gets serious, and is not the kind of behavior partners can (or should) turn their back on.