Class Action Firm Accused Of Plagiarizing Lawsuits

Law360, New York (March 15, 2012, 10:51 PM EDT) -- A proposed class member in an underlying false advertising suit over homeopathic flower remedies on Thursday accused class counsel The Law Offices of Ronald A. Marron of tracking a California litigation firm’s pending class actions and plagiarizing them.

In an intervenor complaint filed in California federal court, Matthew Peck claims the Marron firm copies material from the Newport Trial Group’s lawsuits and thereby engaged in questionable conduct that could jeopardize the outcome of the underlying suit against homeopathic stress relief product company Nelson & Co. Ltd.

“Not only does the Marron firm harm law firms like [Newport] that invest significant resources in...

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