NJ Case Could Test Limits Of 'Partner Poaching'

Law360, New York (February 3, 2009, 12:00 AM EST) -- In a New Jersey case with possible national implications, a boutique is asking a state court for $42 million in damages following the alleged destruction of the smaller firm by a large national firm's "partner poaching."

Ravin Sarasohn Cook Baumgarten Fisch & Rosen PC, a New Jersey law firm no longer in existence, is pushing for its day in court in a suit where it accuses Lowenstein Sandler PC of unfair competition by scheming to lure away 15 bankruptcy lawyers and 16 staff in 2000, a...
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