Kristina Armstrong, the ex-wife of Morgan Stanley executive Michael Armstrong, has sued Blank Rome, and two of its attorneys. Ms. Armstrong claims the Blank Rome . . .Read More..
We have previously shared a number of web resources on legal malpractice avoidance. The following are some readily available web resources on legal malpractice in . . .Read More..
The Blog of LegalTimes reports on oral arguments in a legal malpractice action by Boston-Maine Airways Corp. against Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton. Summary judgment . . .Read More..
On February 19, 2013, the Superior Court issued an opinion in O’Kelly v. Dawson, 421 WDA 2012. Superior Court’s opinion by Judge Wecht upheld a . . .Read More..
Claims Journal has a nice roundup of cases on whether a defense counsel retained by a primary insurer has an actionable attorney-client relationship with an . . .Read More..
We have been following the progress of Gunn v. Minton as it moved through the courts. The Supreme Court of the United States has now . . .Read More..
As we have previously written, calendaring issues are the number one cause of legal malpractice actions, and good calendaring habits are the single most effective malpractice . . .Read More..
The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument (transcript here) this week on what is probably the most significant legal malpractice case it has considered . . .Read More..
McDermott, Will & Emery is facing a legal malpractice action alleging a formal partner passed on to his family members confidential information related to a . . .Read More..
The “Impact Rule” has long been the standard plaintiffs must meet to recover emotional distress damages in a number of states (including Pennsylvania, with exceptions). . . .Read More..