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Jeffrey W. Varcadipane Wins Summary Judgment Dismissing Multi-Million Dollar Claim against Varcadipane’s Clients

NEW JERSEY LITIGATION

Jeffrey W. Varcadipane recently won summary judgment on behalf of his clients, who were being sued for several million dollars in contentious litigation arising from substantial losses by a joint real estate venture. The Plaintiffs asserted twenty three counts against Mr. Varcadipane’s clients, which included serious allegations of fraud and violations of New Jersey Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act., N.J.S.A. 2C:41-1 et. Seq., (NJ RICO ACT). After defeating each and every of Plaintiffs’ claims on summary judgment, Jeffrey W. Varcadipane is seeking the recovery of his clients’ legal fees and expenses from Plaintiffs, and their counsel, pursuant to New Jersey’s Frivolous Litigation Act, N.J.S. 2A:15-59.1 and New Jersey Court Rule 1:4-8.

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