On September 21, 2020, the Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County, issued an Order granting a motion to dismiss a Declaratory Judgment that included four claims against the firm’s client.
In this case, the plaintiff claimed violations of the Consumer Fraud Act by the firm’s client in a real estate purchase transaction between two parties, with the firm’s client not being either of the parties.
Lipson Neilson attorneys John Browder and Corey Richter successfully argued for the motion to dismiss based on (a.) the legal basis for the plaintiff’s claims against the firm’s client did not apply to the claims in this case, and (b.) The firm’s client is not a party to the purchase agreement, and not identified anywhere in the purchase agreement.
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