If you believe Legalmatch.com, one of its competitors is so anxious to horn in on its Internet matchmaking business that it resorted to lies to persuade more than half a dozen workers to jump ship.

Casepost.com doesn’t deny hiring those employees, who are now at the center of a $20 million lawsuit filed by Legalmatch in San Francisco Superior Court last January. But a lawyer for the Irvine, Calif.-based company, which plans to file a cross-complaint by next week, said Legalmatch is to blame because it created an unhappy work environment. Both companies help connect lawyers to potential clients.

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