Tag Archives: Chapter 11

Dewey, the Unfinished Business Doctrine, and Judicial Vindication!

In July 2012, I wrote two blog pieces about a disturbing and growing problem: the claims of defunct law firms and their bankruptcy trustees to grab the fees earned by other law firms where the defunct firms’  attorneys had migrated … Continue reading


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Example of Importance of Corporate Legal Formalities

Suggested by a true story: Suppose you are a limited partner in a properly formed Texas real estate investment limited partnership.  You, along with a general partner and all of the other limited partners, signed and delivered a written agreement … Continue reading


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