Calif. Law Firm Must Face EB-5 Investors' Visa Handling Suit
A California-based law firm must face allegations that it mishandled Taiwanese and Chinese investors' EB-5 visa applications after a California state appeals court concluded its actions weren’t protected under a statute that guards free speech and petitioning activities.
On Friday a three-judge panel from California’s Second District appeals court overruled a lower judge’s granting of an anti-SLAPP motion filed by Fredrick W. Voigtmann and the Law Office of Fred Voigtmann PC, both accused of breaching their fiduciary duty to the group of foreign citizens.
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