What started as a contentious clothing dispute between attorneys and friends led to the Arizona Court of Appeals affirming a lower court’s granting of summary judgment, after concluding one of the attorneys failed to prove claims of aiding and abetting and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

In a May 4 opinion, Judge James B. Morse Jr. affirmed a superior court’s ruling in regard to two attorneys’ disclosure dispute, granting summary judgment to attorney James Allen on claims for aiding and abetting and intentional infliction of emotional distress brought by attorney Devin Andrich.

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