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Better Business Bureau Asks Federal Judge to Dismiss Suit Filed by Law Firm Over F Grade


The Better Business Bureau of Central Florida is asking a federal judge to dismiss a law firm’s suit over the F grade it received from the BBB.

It’s review of the Orlando-based KEL law firm was truthful, fact-based opinion, the BBB contends. And furthermore, the law firm, formally known as Kaufman, Englett and Lynd, consented to the review, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

“The plaintiff concedes the truthfulness of the facts upon which the BBB based its rating,” the BBB says in its filing. “The plaintiff just disagrees with the rating.”

Earlier coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “After F Grade, Firm Sues Better Business Bureau in Federal Court Over Rating System”

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