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A New York state judge has declined to sanction a former Holland & Knight partner who is suing the firm over his 2002 termination. In a decision in Weir v. Holland & Knight, 603204/2007, filed Monday, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Marcy Friedman declined to adopt a referee’s April recommendation to fine the ex-partner, John K. Weir, $2,500 plus attorney fees and costs for failing to file a timely notice that his case was ready for trial. Friedman said the finding that Weir missed the deadline to file the notice does not rise “to the level of harassment or other frivolous conduct” within the meaning of the law.

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