A state judge has disqualified a well-known personal injury firm from representing the plaintiffs in three asbestos actions because one of the firm’s partners represented some of the defendants in earlier cases when she was with another firm.

Napoli Bern Ripka argued that Joan M. Gasior was not privy to client confidences while performing mostly administrative and ministerial tasks at her prior firm, McGivney & Kluger.

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