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Saint Alphonsus Diversified Care, Inc. v. MRI Associates, LLP
Citation:224 P.3d 1068
Doctors employed by Plaintiff, Saint Alphonsus and other networks, formed a general partnership, the Defendant, MRI Associates Ltd. The written partnership agreement listed out the ways and reasons for which a partner could withdraw. Saint Alphonsus gave the other partners notice of its intent to withdraw and subsequently filed a suit for judicial determination of the amount owed. Defendant, through the remaining doctors, filed a counterclaim for wrongful disassociation because Alphonsus was violating the express terms of the partnerships agreement for withdrawal. The trial court granted the Defendant’s motion and awarded the Defendant monetary damages. Saint Alphonsus appealed to the Idaho Supreme Court.
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