Auto Insurer Can't Block Ex-Counsel From PIP Disputes

Law360, New York (July 22, 2013, 3:14 PM EDT) -- The New Jersey Appellate Division on Monday found that Citizens United Reciprocal Exchange failed to show the conflict necessary to block a former in-house attorney and the law firm that she joined from squaring off against the auto insurer in personal injury protection disputes.

CURE wanted to disqualify Allison T. Kurtz and Massood & Bronsnick LLP from representing adverse parties in all PIP matters because Kurtz purportedly picked up confidential information on the insurer's claims handling and settlement practices. When CURE sued in February 2012, the...
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