Partnership – At Will – Dissolution – Civil Practice – Discovery – Protective Order – Continued Profits – Personal RelationshipCoremin v. McNamara. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-15-1038, 13 pp.) (Ben F. Tennille, Ch.J.) N.C. Bus. Ct. Holding: Where the parties' partnership was at will, either partner could end the partnership, regardless of motive, without breaching the partnership agreement. Hence, plaintiff is not entitled to information about the business' profits after the partnership ended, nor is he ...
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Published: October 29, 2010
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Tags: At Will, Civil Practice, Continued Profits, discovery, Dissolution, Partnership, Personal Relationship, Protective Order