Jacoby & Meyers got some breathing room on Nov. 21 in its uphill attempt to overturn New York state’s ban on outside investments in law firms.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit vacated a lower court’s order dismissing the firm’s challenge to Rule 5.4 of New York’s Rules of Professional Conduct on standing grounds.

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