Is good will an intrinsic part of a law firm’s value? For at least one Long Island, N.Y., firm, the seemingly academic question is now a certified triable issue of fact.

The question arose in a case filed by Melville attorney Gerald T. Bodner, who, according to a recent court ruling, was “expelled” from the partnership of Hoffmann & Baron following a dispute with his partners.

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