I am being opposed by the same law firm and tow different attorneys from the same location in a civil case in both the federal court and the superior court at the same time. The Lawful is attempting to circumvent me from due process of a trail by Jury repre senting one Bank and taking me superior court for a Unlawful Detainer and representing a completely different bank. Is that ethical and honrable that they are using maufactured paprwork to effect and eviction while a quiet title action is still ongoing.
It may be legal if there is no conflict of interest or the two banks consent to the dual representation. It may be fine.
Simultaneous representation of two plaintiffs against a common defendant in separate but related lawsuits is permitted if the plaintiffs consent to dual representation. A law firm can represent two different banks in two different actions against one person, as long as the banks consent to dual representation and there is no conflict of interest. Under the facts you have provided, there seems to be no conflict of interest.
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