Although plaintiff's representatives had consulted with defendant's new counsel several years prior about a possible retainer in this matter, disqualification was not warranted because plaintiff would not suffer significant harm as a result of the documents and information disclosed. Motion to disqualify denied.
DOCA Co. v. Westinghouse Electric Co., LLC, PICS Case No. 12-2235 (W.D. Pa. Nov. 20, 2012), Cohill, D.J. (8 pages).
The Legal Intelligencer
December 18, 2012