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Old 05-26-2019, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Dewey Finn View Post
My guess is that they're referring to the client list, that is the list of corporations and individuals that are already clients of that law firm. I don't think law firms will pursue a case against someone who already has them on retainer, or which they represent.
That is the only thing that is reasonable outside of tin foil hat conspiracy theories. Though I still don't see it as being "on a list", but rather, a conflict of interest.

When I went out to get myself a lawyer, before they could represent me, they had to consider who my likely legal opponents were, and whether or not they had represented them. That took about 15 minutes or less, and they came back happy to represent.