L.A. case questions bond counsel's duty

Figler, Andrea
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/03/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30590, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on a Los Angeles, California Superior Court's decision to strike down fraud and negligence charges against Robinson & Pearman. Ruling that the law firm was not obligated to disclose certain material facts to holders of Hayward Manor multifamily housing revenue bonds; BNEY Western's allegation that Robinson & Pearman breached its duty to the bondholders by failing to disclose pertinent information.


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