Structuring a law firm: what does it actually mean to be an LLP?
What are the pros and cons of using a limited liability partnership structure?
For lawyers looking at how to practice and on the assumption that they would like to operate with a likely limit on their personal liabilities, there are two main options: the limited liability partnership (LLP) or a limited company. Both are now well established business vehicles, so which option should be used?
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