No Sanctions On Defense Counsel In Junk Fax Class Action

Law360, New York (July 17, 2014, 12:27 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge on Wednesday declined to sanction a defense attorney for allegedly accusing opposing counsel of bribery in a class action accusing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and a retirement plan provider of illegally sending junk fax ads.

Anderson & Wanca, which is representing plaintiff C-Mart Inc., the alleged recipient of the junk faxes, alleged that Howard Poznanski, who represents defendants Scott Storick, Storick Group Co. and Storick Group Corp., made unsubstantiated allegations against it, including that it paid bribes to the person who sent Storick's faxes in exchange for the names of the recipients so that the law firm...

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