Prof. Roy Simon Comments on Suit Challenging NY Prohibition of Non-Lawyer Firm Ownership

Suit Challenges N.Y. Prohibition of Non-Lawyer Firm Ownership
By Mark Hamblett
New York Law Journal
May 20, 2011


Roy Simon, a professor of legal ethics at Hofstra Law School, who is consulting with Mr. Carton, said, “I certainly think that the New York courts and the state bar have, in the past, been adamantly opposed to anything that looks like it might give control over law firms or anything that might be seen as letting the camel’s nose under the tent for nonlawyers. But the world is changing.”

Read the full article at law.com.

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