A Broward Circuit Court fight between Florida personal injury giant Anidjar & Levine and a spinoff firm formed by two former employees just got messier.

Less than two weeks after plaintiffs Victor Demesmin Jr. and Jeremy Dover sued their former employer for allegedly trying to thwart their efforts to go it alone with a startup firm, Anidjar & Levine has delivered a counterblow: It alleges the attorneys secretly began representing clients for their new Fort Lauderdale firm, Demesmin & Dover, while they were still on company time.

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