A new twist in a case involving the alleged poaching of clients from one law firm to another now has one attorney—citing a conflict of interest—trying to disqualify a fellow lawyer from a separate case.

The attorneys at Cicchiello & Cicchiello have been fighting with a former associate who allegedly absconded with the firm’s client list. But now that fight has come back to haunt them in separate litigation.

Disqualification sought

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