A federal whistle-blower case against a group of medical therapy companieshas turned into a vicious game of “remove the lawyer.”
Last month, the whistle-blower’s lawyer argued that Troutman Sanders couldnot ethically defend the companies because the firm suffered from a badcase of conflicting interests.
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