In asking a Fulton County, Ga., judge to toss out an injunction she issued last year and reopen — then dismiss — the underlying case, Emmett J. Bondurant made clear that he had no desire to re-argue a case already decided against his client, the Duane Morris law firm.

Instead, he said, the issues in the earlier case are themselves no longer relevant, and the injunction unnecessary.

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