A crooked lawyer's conduct, even in an unrelated case, amounts to extraordinary circumstances warranting equitable tolling of the statute of limitations, a federal judge holds.
P.I. Statute of Limitations Tolled by Plaintiff Lawyer's Criminal Acts
New Jersey Law Journal
November 29, 2012
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