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Seaman asserts the firm’s billing statements include entries for “legal services” for the agreement and at no point before the agreement was signed did the firm describe itself as a “mediator” to him. “Defendants were, in fact, Mr. Seaman’s lawyers,” he said. In a statement, the plaintiff’s attorney, Maazel, said, “Schulte billed Mr. Seaman for ‘legal services.’ Schulte accepted payment for ‘legal services.’ Schulte did legal work for Mr. Seaman.  But now Schulte claims not to be his lawyer, as a matter of law? I don’t think so.” In the March 30 papers moving

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