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Suit Not Estopped by Incapacity, But Sanctions Ordered

In this med-mal case with a “long and tortured procedural path” due to plaintiff’s counsel’s mixed signals about the elderly plaintiff’s personal capacity to sue and her lawyer’s filing of petitions for appointment of a guardian or conservator, and efforts ...

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Constructive Trust Imposed on Attorney-in-Fact

An Alexandria U.S. District Court imposes a constructive trust against a woman’s niece and former attor­ney-in-fact who allegedly used $573,729 of the woman’s personal funds to pay for home improvements and personal ex­penses; plaintiffs, the woman’s current attorneys-in- fact, have ...

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