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legal malpractice

TweetPlaintiff Jane Kelley, a California resident, sued a law firm (“Dahle”) and the lawyer’s malpractice insurer, Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company (WILMIC) alleging, inter alia, breach of contract, negligence and breach of a fiduciary duty.  The claims arose from the alleged failure of the law firm to repay a $300,000 loan which it solicited from […]

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TweetIn a case entitled Wo Yee Hing et al. v. Howard Stern, New York State Appellate Division, First Department, Index No. 115517/07 (7/31/12), the First Department recently determined in a 4-1 ruling that a real estate attorney might have acted negligently, but he cannot be sued for legal malpractice because his clients could not prove that his […]

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