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Defendant lost attorney-client privilege by blaming lawyers (access required)

A former Midlothian man fighting charges of tax evasion and bankruptcy fraud cannot claim attorney-client privilege to shield information in his former lawyers’ files, a federal judge in Richmond has ruled. The bankruptcy case of Arash Moazzeni was marked by ...

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No Transfer for Fraudulent Conveyance Action (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court again denies Wells Fargo’s motion to transfer bankruptcy trustee’s fraudulent conveyance proceeding to district court:  with 40 proceedings pending involving the same multimillion fraudulent loan scheme, the balance of factors considered by district courts in ...

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