Runners, the hired guns who chase after prospective clients for plaintiffs lawyers, are usually the ones that do the pursuing. But in Louisiana, at least, runners are on the run.

In September agents from a joint state and federal task force rounded up a total of 23 runners on charges of unlawful client solicitation, in what’s thought to be the largest antirunner crackdown ever mounted.

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