Atty Asks 9th Circ. To Affirm He Didn't Defraud EB-5 Investor
A California lawyer asked the Ninth Circuit on Thursday to affirm a lower court’s decision granting summary judgment in a suit brought by a former Chinese client alleging that the attorney fraudulently induced her into investing $500,000 in a real estate project in order to secure an EB-5 visa.
John Hu of Hu & Associates LLC argued on Thursday that Shoumin Zhang was improperly raising new facts on appeal, after a California federal judge tossed her claims that Hu had fraudulently told her that a commercial development.
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