Lawyers Practicing in Limited Liability Partnerships August 2, 1996
The Model Rules of Professional Conduct permit lawyers to practice in a limited liability partnership or a limited liability limited partnership if the applicable law provides that the lawyer rendering legal services remains personally liable to the client, the requirements of the law of the relevant jurisdiction are met, and the form of business organization is accurately described by the lawyers in their communications. Use of the abbreviated designation of the business form that is required or permitted by state law (e.g., LLP or LLLP) is sufficient.
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