The penalty for poaching is no longer hanging, but the firm of Baltimore lawyer Peter G. Angelos hopes that when clients are the poacher’s target, it’s grounds for legal action.

The Law Firm of Peter G. Angelos has sued an ex-associate, Anthony Forcina, alleging that he used a list of the firm’s clients to try to grab business for the new firm he helped to set up after leaving Angelos in the fall.

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