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'Seek a Voluntary Dismissal With Prejudice': Attorney Threatening Criminal Prosecution in Bankruptcy Matters Agrees to Reprimand

“‘If you would like to save your client form our asking for criminal sanctions for filing a false claim and sanctions for my fees and costs for further litigation after you became aware that fraudulent pleadings were filed in this case then I suggest that you seek a voluntary dismissal with prejudice,’” Kimberly A. Chandler […]

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6th Circ.: Voter-Registration Orgs That Obtained Preliminary Injunction Are 'Prevailing Parties' Entitled to Attorney Fees

“In this case, the district court issued a preliminary injunction that, for purposes of litigation in the district court, was final in all but name,” wrote U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Judge Raymond Kethledge on behalf of a two-judge majority panel. One judge dissented.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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