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Non-Party Lawyer Can’t Seek Sanctions (access required)

A Virginia lawyer who is not a party to a contract case cannot move for Rule 11 sanctions based on allegations that defendant company made misrepresentations in its court filings that it had contacted the lawyer, who failed to follow through on an agreement to represent the company; a Norfolk U.S. District Court says the ...

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