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Attorneys (& Plaintiffs) Need “Probable Cause” to Bring a Lawsuit

By Robert Ross |

VALID LAWSUITS REQUIRE PROBABLE CAUSE Malicious prosecution¬†generally requires a plaintiff (and, sometimes, his or her lawyer) pursuing a lawsuit which was brought without¬†probable cause. In simple terms, “probable cause” means a reasonable belief that the lawsuit is valid, based on the objective facts and circumstances of the relevant case. Lawsuits brought without probable cause… Read More »

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