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Civil Practice – Personal Jurisdiction – Attorneys – Client Representation – Filing False Affidavits (access required)

Jacobs v. Stein (Lawyers Weekly No. 004-001-17, 9 pp.) (Max Cogburn, J.) 3:16-cv-00768; W.D.N.C. Holding: Plaintiff alleges that, while representing a corporation and in furtherance of perpetrating fraud against plaintiff, an out-of-state attorney filed false affidavits in North Carolina courts. The court holds that the filing of false affidavits by an officer, agent or employee of ...

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