“If your attorney is colluding with the person you are suing, that’s a problem”

by Walter Olson on May 4, 2009

By tortuous steps, the dispute continues to advance in a New Jersey courtroom over whether, as part of a settlement of discrimination claims by some of its employees, Prudential made a side payment to the law firm representing the workers, and if so whether that was proper. Both the giant insurer and the law firm, Leeds Morelli & Brown, have disputed the clients’ accounts and denied wrongdoing. [Newark Star-Ledger via ABA Journal, earlier]

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1 Nick Resonance 05.04.09 at 7:34 pm

As an amusement, I originally read “colluding” as “cuddling”. Which would also be a problem.

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