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Jilted fiancé must pay for ‘overly broad’ subpoena (access required)

By PAUL THARP, Staff Writer paul.tharp@nc.lawyersweekly.com A man who subpoenaed a law firm that represented his ex-fiancée in a dispute over an engagement agreement has to pay the law firm for the time it spent responding to what the trial court said was an overly broad request, the appeals court has ruled. The plaintiff sued a woman the ...

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