Editor's Note: The writer, a Greenwich financier and former professional football player, is a party in the divorce case of Simms v. Simms. A related case, Simms v. Seaman, recently upheld lawyers' litigation immunity from civil fraud. He claims fraud was committed when his ex-wife and her lawyers failed to divulge that she was receiving a sizable inheritance at the time they requested an increase in the ex-wife's alimony payments.
Letter To The Editor
Opinion: Lawyers Should Not Be Granted Immunity From Fraud
The Connecticut Law Tribune
June 7, 2013
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