A firm accused of serially filing fraudulent lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act defended its practices in a series of new filings this week, warning of due process concerns while asserting attorney-client privilege in response to a judge’s inquiries.

Mark Potter, name partner for San Diego-based Potter Handy LLP, said in a declaration that clients regularly speak with the firm’s attorneys about their legal requirements as plaintiffs throughout their cases.

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