Fla. Medical Institute Wants Opposing Counsel Disqualified

Law360, Miami (October 9, 2013, 6:46 PM EDT) -- A Florida medical research institute created as part of a $300 million settlement between a class of flight attendants and tobacco companies on Wednesday urged the Florida Supreme Court to disqualify attorneys representing a group of former class members challenging the institute's expenditures.

The Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute asked the state's high court to side with a trial court that disqualified Steven Hunter of Hunter Williams & Lynch PA and Philip Gerson of Gerson & Schwartz PA from representing a group of flight attendants in...
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