December 31, 2011
Jefferson bankruptcy suit attracts brigade of lawyers
John Carroll, dean of the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, said the number of lawyers doesn't surprise him. "It's because of the complexity of the case that there are that many lawyers in it," Carroll said. "It's a complex case involving so many moving parts."
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