Attorney Roger A. Giuliani has a history of problems. In 2004, a Nassau County, New York, judge awarded $2 million in punitive damages to a . . .
Immigration is not an area that sees high levels of legal malpractice claims (possibly because badly served clients are generally not in the country anymore), . . .
The Chicago law firm of Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona, is suing their former clients Ken and Wendy Brown for breach of contract, fraud, breach . . .
A Los Angeles jury awarded $34.5 million dollars to a group of investors who had brought a legal malpractice action against the law firm Holland . . .
We have previously written about the particular dangers law firms face from e-mail scams. Two interesting items have recently cometo our attention. In Minnesota, a law . . .
We have previously discussed the frequent involvement of lawyers in Ponzi schemes. A 77-year-old Pennsylvania lawyer is now facing federal counts for allegations of a Ponzi . . .
We have previously remarked that nearly every Ponzi scheme seems to have a lawyers involved on one level or another. This view was reaffirmed this . . .
We have written here and here about the case of attorney Michael Kwasnik, who is facing charges of having stolen over $1 million from mostly . . .
We have previously written about attorney Michael Kwasnik’s legal troubles. Mr. Kwasnik is facing charges that he stole over $1 million from clients. The total amount . . .
Arguing over whether Bonnie Sweeten stole $900,000 or $1,000,000 took all day, so sentencing will have to wait. Of particular note to our readers was . . .