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Civil Procedure – Removal – Remand – Legal Malpractice (access required)

A plaintiff who sues his former attorney for breach of contract for allegedly failing to timely serve defendant in a Title VII suit, and failing to “represent plaintiff with zeal and professionalism,” has his improperly removed suit remanded back to state court by a Charlottesville U.S. District Court. Defendant’s arguments for subject matter jurisdiction fail for ...

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