Rogers v. Conlan, et. al.


by | Nov 1, 2017

Rogers v. Conlan, et. al.; Plaintiff architect brought suit against Defendant and Defendant’s mother for breach of contract and fraudulent conveyance causes of action (amongst others) arising out of construction project gone awry. Result: The firm obtained a dismissal of its client.


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