Plaintiffs attorney countersues Cooley Law for defamation

, The National Law Journal

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Jeff Kurzon has filed a defamation suit against Cooley Law School almost exactly one year after Cooley filed its own defamation claims in Michigan against him and former partners Jesse Strauss and David Anziska.

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  • Lulaine

    This legal fight is going to get dirty and nasty with both sides going against each other. This case is very important because of what is at stake for the entire law school sector. As the case continues more dirt will be thrown and people are going to start paying attention. Once this case reaches critical mass, this will be an even tougher fight. http://www.legalfunding.com/solutions/plaintiff_funding.cfm

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