A joint venture formed by attorneys to represent college students in academic misconduct cases has turned acrimonious amid accusations of extortion and racketeering.
New Jersey attorney Joseph Lento claims in a suit that a Michigan lawyer recruited to work on his student defense cases in exchange for 40% of the fees collected is refusing to turn over the case files unless he gets paid more.
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