It’s probably best not to think too hard about this one: A group of plaintiffs lawyers is being sued in L.A. federal court for breaching their fiduciary duty — to a company whose board they were suing.

“Suing the people suing the company for breach of fiduciary duty; I haven’t seen that before,” said Steven Williams, a partner at the Burlingame, Calif., firm Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarthy who represents plaintiffs in securities and derivative suits.

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