Accusations of bad faith, breach of loyalty and attorney activity “bordering on extortion” are flying in Georgia’s Fulton County Superior Court, where medical conglomerate McKesson Corp. wants to have the Duane Morris firm disqualified from representing two Georgians against a McKesson subsidiary.

At issue is whether Duane Morris’ representation of the Georgians against McKesson Information Solutions, while serving as local counsel for two other McKesson subsidiaries in Harrisburg, Pa, is a conflict of interest.

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