Manatt Phelps & Phillips has sued Brown Rudnick in Washington, D.C., Superior Court, demanding what it claims is its rightful share of a $10 million settlement in a contingency case handled by former litigation partner Benjamin Chew.
In a complaint filed earlier this month, Manatt asserts that it represented ex-client Rudolph Geist and his limited liability corporation, RJGLaw, from October 2016 through May 2018 in a breach of contract case in federal court in Maryland, Geist et al. v. Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network Inc.Benjamin Chew (Courtesy photo)
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