Relative Justice, by Robert Whitlow, Paperback
- Author: Robert Whitlow
While blood is thicker than water, it doesn't always mean family should practice law together. David Cobb and his sister-in-law Katelyn Martin-Cobb are both lawyers. David's part of a small practice with his father in Wilmington, North Carolina, while Katelyn is a rising star with a huge firm in Washington, DC. As she climbs the legal ladder, there's a chance she could move up to Chicago in the near future.
After the family patriarch suffers a debilitating health scare, Katelyn and her husband move to Wilmington where she joins the practice owned by David. Together, they get involved with a drug patent infringement case on behalf of a local man who dabbles in home remedies. The patent holder, a chemist and part-time professor, has a gambling addiction, and sold part of the rights to his patent.
When a lawsuit is filed, there's more at risk than just money. The case is about more than infringement of a patent held by a rural plant expert. It goes much deeper than the pair of in-laws ever dreamed...or feared.
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