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Six v. Generations Federal Credit Union

Three attorneys representing plaintiffs in a class action about high-interest loans challenged the authenticity of a loan agreement for two years before revealing—surprise!—they’d gotten an identical copy from their client before the lawsuit even started. Fourth Circuit: And the trial court did not abuse its discretion in sanctioning the attorneys $150,000 for their lack of candor.


Tags: 2018, Class Action, Fourth Circuit, Professional Responsibility

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