In an adverse possession case, a defense lawyer's testimony that he and his law firm do not currently represent the plaintiff or possess confidential information detrimental to the plaintiff and did not previously furnish legal advice to the plaintiff about adverse possession or land use concerning the subject property can be sufficient to defeat a motion to disqualify.
Murray v. Simko
February 25, 2013
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