A federal judge has dismissed the remaining claims in Philadelphia plaintiffs firm Larry Pitt & Associates’ lawsuit against competitor Lundy Law, despite acknowledging “evidence of years of wrongdoing by the defendants.”

In a Feb. 15 opinion that reserved its harshest rebuke for the winning party, U.S. District Judge Cynthia M. Rufe of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted summary judgment in favor of Lundy Law, dismissing the Pitt firm’s suit, which included false advertising claims in addition to claims for wrongful use of civil proceedings and trade secret misappropriation. The court had earlier dismissed the Pitt firm’s Sherman Antitrust Act and tortious interference claims.

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