PROHIBITION OF PARTNERSHIPS WITH NONLAWYERS: EXTRAJURISDICTIONAL EFFECT (July 11, 1991)
A lawyer who is licensed both in a jurisdiction that prohibits partnerships with nonlawyers, as in Model Rule 5.4(b), and in a jurisdiction that permits lawyers to form partnerships with nonlawyers, but who practices only in the latter jurisdiction, should not be subject to the prohibition of the jurisdiction where the lawyer does not practice. On the other hand, if a lawyer licensed in two such jurisdictions is engaged in practice in the jurisdiction that prohibits such partnerships, the lawyer must adhere to the restrictions of that jurisdiction.
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