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Civil Practice – Claim Splitting – Identity of Claims & Parties – Tort/Negligence – Conversion (access required)

Wellin v. Wellin (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-115-14, 24 pp.) (David Norton, J.) 2:14-cv-00579; D.S.C. Holding: The plaintiff-father’s original federal-court action (Wellin I) alleges that his defendant-children cheated him by orchestrating the sale of his interest in a limited partnership, by duping him into making gifts to them and by failing to pay him the value of ...

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