A Philadelphia judge has tossed out of court the defamation action brought against Cozen O’Connor by a Main Line building fortune heir. A dispute over family money prompted legal action by Lincoln Meyers’ mother and a bank from which he had taken out several loans.

At one point, Meyers alleged, the lawyer for his mother talked with the lawyer for his bank, and the result, Meyers suggested, was an unwarranted amount of trouble for him.

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