Tennessee Two-Step

You're in for a treat with the latest episode of Laying Down the Law: Accountant Edition! Billy brings on some amazing guests who dive into a fascinating case about partnership law. The case is called Putnam v. Shoaf, and it all went down in Tennessee in 1981. The dispute centers around the sale of a partnership interest in the Frog Jump Gin Company. They also dive into all sorts of other topics related to law and comedy - so you won't want to miss a moment!

The Case in Question:
Putnam v. Shoaf, 620 S.W.2d 510 (Tenn. Ct. App. 1981)


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