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Dismissal motion for Lujan lawsuit off calendar

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Attorney David Lujan is moving forward with his defamation lawsuit against California-based law firm Girardi Keese, which represents Junior Larry Hillbroom.  Lujan alleges his former client's attorney made defamatory statements about him in an interview.

Hillbroom has filed a lawsuit against Lujan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, alleging the attorney and others received millions of dollars more through retainer fees than he claimed he knew about.  A motion to dismiss was scheduled to be argued today but the hearing was taken off the court calendar.

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