Philly Law Firm's Ex-Partner Seeks Access To Client Files

Law360, Philadelphia (June 11, 2013, 6:14 PM ET) -- The former name partner of a Philadelphia workers' compensation law firm on Tuesday called the firm's opposition to his request for electronic files of his old clients disingenuous, emphasizing that his lack of access to the files is hurting his ability to provide representation.

Halmon Banks — who recently announced that he had started his own firm, Banks Law — swiftly responded to a Monday filing by his old firm, recently redubbed Martin LLC, arguing that he had no right to files from its proprietary database....
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