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Trial Court Dismisses Claims Against Non-Profit and Its Employees

January 2, 2013

Sarah Wetmore and Jack Daniel successfully obtained the dismissal of claims raised against a non-profit organization and two of its employees. The case involved wide array of claims against the non-profit, its attorney, and staff member for the organization. The trial court dismissed the claims against non-profit and its employees after multiple hearings in which Jack Daniel and co-counsel with another law firm argued for the clients. The case primarily hinged on the non-profits role as a legal advisor and the Court found that the Plaintiff could not bring claims against the non-profit (or its employees) for actions carried out in that capacity.

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