Non-clients have no standing to disqualify attorneys from jointly representing others, a California appeal court ruled Tuesday, despite a federal trial court ruling that seemed to suggest otherwise.

The ruling by Los Angeles’ 2nd District Court of Appeal reverses a trial court’s disqualification of Calabasas, Calif., attorney Bruce Graham and his firm, Graham & Associates, from representing clients with some allegedly opposing interests in a libel and breach of contract suit.

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