Proskauer Sues Ex-Client Accusing Firm of Malpractice

, New York Law Journal

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After its former client sued the firm for malpractice, Proskauer Rose and four of its partners have sued the client's senior executives, claiming they solicited legal advice based on "materially false...representations" and have harmed the firm's reputation with their "meritless" claims.

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    Proskauer is suing after Supreme‘s have made them LIABLE for 7 BILLION of DAMAGES in STANFORD PONZI as lead conspirators and architects of whole scheme, with Chadbourne, Greenberg Traurig and more to follow and where‘s all that Political money Stanford greased and why not returned to victims???
    http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/law_firms_may_be_sued_for_allegedly_aiding_ponzi_schemer_stanford_scotus_ru/

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