The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has reinstated a lawsuit alleging a Pennsylvania attorney breached her fiduciary duty by representing a plaintiff in a claim against one of her former clients.
Lycoming Engines sued its former attorney on claims of breach of fiduciary duty seeking damages, disgorgement, and declaratory relief after she represented plaintiffs in Torres v. Honeywell, a case involving an engine manufactured by the company, according to the Third Circuit’s July 22 opinion.
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