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California natural fiber product company BCI International Holdings Inc. is suing Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge and New York partner D. Roger Glenn for $3 million over an allegedly mishandled stock purchase agreement that led to a lawsuit against the company. BCI’s lawsuit claims that because of Glenn’s stock transfer mistake, its multi-party joint venture never obtained ownership of foreign properties it was supposed to hold. BCI is suing the Boston-based firm for negligent training and supervision, and asking the court for $3 million in damages plus disgorgement of at least $300,000 in legal fees. BCI International Holdings Inc. v. Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP, No. 07-3892 (S.D. N.Y.) The company is also suing Glenn, who was a director and chief legal counsel of the company and a partner at Edwards Angell at the time of the transaction, for legal malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty. Glenn and the firm declined to comment on the case.

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