ATTORNEYS: DISQUALIFICATION: LAWSUIT BY FORMER EMPLOYEES AGAINST STORE MANAGERS: LAWYERS THAT PREVIOUSLY REPRESENTED STORE IN A CASE FILED BY THE FORMER EMPLOYEES COULD REPRESENT THE STORE MANAGERS: ACCESS TO PERSONAL INFORMATION IS NOT AS SERIOUS A CONCERN AS THE DISCLOSURE OF ATTORNEY-CLIENT INFORMATION

Caruso v. Knight, ___ So. 3d ___, 38 Fla. L. Weekly D2171 (Fla. 4th DCA October 16, 2013)

Two former employees sued three store managers for “conspiring to have them fired.”  The same plaintiffs previously filed a complaint with the Florida Commission on Human Relations [FCHR] against the store for employment discrimination.  The same law firm that defended the … Click To Read Full Case Law Review...