A New Jersey state judge’s ruling Monday in a $1.3 million fee fight highlights the importance of spelling out the role of retiring partners and their share in contingency fees.

Bergen County Chancery Judge Peter Doyne summarily dismissed a suit alleging that an agreement to share fees with a former partner would violate an ethics rule against fee-splitting by lawyers who are not in the same firm.

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