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Foley Hoag says his earnings are irrelevant to pay dispute

By Jack Rodgers (August 18, 2022, 2:22 p.m. EDT) – Foley Hoag LLP’s overall finances have no bearing on a breach of contract claim filed by a Mexico City attorney hired as an expert by the firm in 2015, which alleges that Foley Hoag failed to pay him nearly $92,000 for his testimony, the company told a DC Superior Court judge in a recent filing.

Alejandro Salas Patron, who was hired as an expert commercial law witness by Foley Hoag in an arbitration case for a client based in Venezuela, was never paid his $300 hourly rate, he alleged in a 2018 complaint.

And while Foley Hoag has denied everything…

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