Troubled Town Turns on its Nixon Peabody Lawyers

Bell, Calif., alleges a conflict of interest at Nixon Peabody.

, The National Law Journal

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Bell, California, briefly occupied the nation's attention after the Los Angeles Times made front-page news out allegations that the gritty city carved out of an unglamorous section of Los Angeles County was paying its civic leaders mind-bogglingly exorbitant salaries. The focus has now shifted to the conduct of the city's former bond counsel, Nixon Peabody.

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