In a recent decision from the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, Judge Victor Bolden dismissed claims for vexatious litigation and conspiracy against the firm’s clients, two New York-based attorneys, stemming from underlying grievance complaints filed against the plaintiff, who is also an attorney. Jonathan J. Kelson and Jonathan P. Whitcomb moved to dismiss all claims on various grounds, including that the Court lacked subject matter jurisdiction over most of the claims, and otherwise lacked personal jurisdiction over the firm’s clients. Judge Bolden agreed with the firm’s arguments, and dismissed the action in its entirety as to the firm’s clients.