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Lyin’ BigLaw Firm BakerHostetler Intentionally Concealed Loan on Land was In Default at Time of Settlement Agreement

BakerHostetler intentionally concealed that a loan on land used to secure a $2.5 million settlement was in default.

Rolloco Holdings, Inc. v. Baker and Hostetler, LLP

(2:21-cv-08319)

District Court, C.D. California

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OCT 20, 2021 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: OCT 22, 2021

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Lyin’ BigLaw Firm BakerHostetler Intentionally Concealed Loan on Land was In Default at Time of Settlement Agreement
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