Federal Judge Says Case Involving Insurance Dispute Not Class Action

, The Legal Intelligencer


A federal judge has remanded a case involving an insurance dispute to a county court of common pleas because it is not a class action.

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  • Elois P. Clayton

    ONE: WHO, hired this "attorney", to represent them, the litigant OR the litigants trust in the already represenatative, for a real attorney, would have KNOWN that a Class Action, case, can NOT be represented by an Ad Litem attorney!

    This "strategy", almost appear to be plotted for loss.

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