Can an Attorney Act on Behalf of a Deceased Plaintiff Prior to Class Certification?
“While it is true that attorneys sometimes act not as agents of the parties but as officers of the court . . . to allow the deceased plaintiff’s attorney to act in such a manner here would allow the attorney to utilize the courts as an instrument of client solicitation,” a state high court has ruled.
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