Squire Patton Wants Ex-Client's ERISA, Fraud Claims Tossed

Squire Patton Wants Ex-Client's ERISA, Fraud Claims Tossed

Gina Passarella

Squire Patton Boggs has said the bulk of the claims in a multimillion-dollar malpractice and fraud suit against the firm over its 17-year relationship with client Alliance Holdings should be dismissed because the firm was simply giving legal advice and was not in possession of any of the funds allegedly misappropriated by Alliance's founder.

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