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Attorney-in-Fact Is Agent, Not Party (access required)

Plaintiff attorneys-in-fact for a woman are not parties in interest in their suit against her former attorney-in-fact and her co-defendant husband, alleging breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, conversion and unjust enrichment, and their citizenship does not defeat diver­sity jurisdiction in this suit, an Alexandria U.S. District Court holds; even if plaintiffs were deemed parties in ...

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