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Civil Practice – Lack of Counsel – Failure to Prosecute – Dismissal (access required)

After the lift of a stay following an interlocutory appeal, plaintiffs’ counsel withdrew. As one plaintiff was a corporate entity, the court directed plaintiffs to obtain successor counsel. However, plaintiffs failed to obtain new counsel; instead, the individual plaintiff repeatedly expressed his intent to dismiss the action if defendants dismissed their counterclaims. Plaintiffs had no ...

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