A federal judge has denied a motion to disqualify New Jersey-based law firm Archer Law from representing the defendants in a dispute among owners of a hotel.

The ruling comes from U.S. Magistrate Judge James Clark III of the District of New Jersey in the case in which the owners of the Fairbridge Hotel and Conference Center in East Hanover face claims from plaintiff Sandadi Reddy.

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