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Debtor Can’t Point Finger at Lawyers for Fraud (access required)

A debtor who attempted to blame a series of bankruptcy lawyers for his own failure to disclose assets during bankruptcy proceedings cannot fall back on the attorney-client or work product privileges to keep the lawyers from providing documents during debtor’s prosecution for fraud, says a Richmond U.S. District Court. It is well established that providing factual ...

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