The Sunday after Adorno & Yoss co-founder Henry “Hank” Adorno was suspended by the Florida Supreme Court, the firm flew in outlying partners for an emergency meeting at its Coral Gables headquarters to discuss the future of the 24-year-old firm.

During the 3 1/2-hour meeting last Halloween, managing partner George Yoss went around the room asking partners one by one if they wanted the firm to continue or fold. The partners voted unanimously to keep the law firm alive, renaming it Yoss LLP.

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