Bruce Wallace and Harris Legome practiced personal-injury law together in Haddonfield for nine years as a limited liability partnership, but with no agreement on sharing of revenues and expenses. Now they’re paying the price.

Legome left last year with clients in tow — clients that Wallace says were not necessarily his to take. The two are in litigation, with Wallace demanding an accounting of the fees generated from files that originated with the firm.

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