Law firm associates who land a good case will likely have to refer it to their firms, thanks to an opinion by the 1st Court of Appeals in Houston.
The court in Brewer & Pritchard v. Johnson, et al. ruled that associates owe their firms a fiduciary duty, which can prohibit associates from handling prospective business for their own individual profit.
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