I think everyone has accepted that Howrey as we knew it will die very soon. And the more time passes, the more it looks like no phoenix will arise from the ashes. In the meantime, the death process is just taking FOREVER. Bills are adding up, debt and interest are accumulating, billable hours and collections are dwindling, and that A/R account is staler than a loaf of French bread baked by Julia Child.
Wouldn't it make economic sense for what remains of the partnership to vote to dissolve Howrey and for everyone to move on, like pronto? Oh, wait. The same people are still in charge.
In other news, Duane Mathiowetz of San Francisco moved to Pillsbury.