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Attorneys – Legal Malpractice – Immigration Causation (access required)

A Venezuelan native who claims his lawyer committed malpractice when he failed to move to reopen immigration proceedings, resulting in the client’s five-day detention by immigration authorities, has not presented a triable issue of fact on causation, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says. The court has reviewed the parties’ supplemental expert reports, transcripts of supplemental expert ...

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