Attys Seek $2.5M Fees For Jay Peak-Linked Malpractice Case

Law360 (February 1, 2021, 9:54 PM EST) -- Attorneys who helped investors land an $8 million settlement in a malpractice suit against their former counsel in litigation over the failed Jay Peak EB-5 immigrant investor project have asked a Florida federal court to approve distribution of $2.45 million in attorney fees.

In their motion Friday, the law firms Cheffy Passidomo PA, Hanley Law and the Barr Law Group specified how they would divide the attorneys' fund established in the deal between the 25 investors and lawyers Edward J. Carroll and Mark H. Scribner and their firms, seeking to demonstrate the value of their work and convince U.S. District Judge...

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