II. Thomas v. Marvin E. Jewell & Co. ... A. Factual Background and District Court Judgment ... 1. Allocation of Income ... 2. Client Files and Solicitation ... 3. Accounts Receivable Letters ... B. Nebraska Supreme Court Opinion ... 1. Allocation of Income ... 2. Client Files and Letters to Clients
III. Analysis of the Nebraska Supreme Court's Opinion in Thomas v. Marvin E. Jewell & Co. ... A. Wrongful Dissolution ... B. Fiduciary Duties between Partners ... C. Duration of the Fiduciary Relationship ... 1. The Fiduciary Duty after Dissolution of Marvin E. Jewell & Co. ... D. Partners' Fiduciary Duty of Full Disclosure ... 1. Allocation of Income in Thomas v. Marvin E. Jewell & Co. ... E. Partnership Interests in Property and Benefits upon Dissolution ... 1. Business Opportunities ... 2. Unfinished Business ... 3. Taking Marvin E. Jewell & Co. Files ... 4. Marvin E. Jewell & Co. Accounts ... a. Solicitation Letters ... b. The Accounts as "Unfinished Business" ... c. Summary—The Problem of Contingent Partnership Interests in Its Accounts ... 5. Letters Concerning Marvin E. Jewell & Co. Accounts Receivable
Rodney M. Confer and Cheryl R. Zwart,
"Disintegrating Erosion" of Fiduciary Duty in the Dissolution of a Partnership at Will,
70 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol70/iss1/5