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Attorney's Statements at Hearing Is Binding on Client Against All Defendants
Lawyer Blogs | 2010/08/19 07:16
Today, the Indiana Court of Appeals issued a decision which held that an attorney's statements during a hearing were binding on the client and entitled the opposing party to judgment on some of the claims against it in Heyser v. Noble Roman's, Inc., Case No. 29A04-1002-PL-71.
  1. Any unambiguous statement that an attorney makes during the course of litigation will be binding on that attorney's clients against all parties to that litigation.
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