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February 2019

Appellate Court Decision Illustrates Special Importance of "Proximate Cause" in Legal Malpractice Actions, and Creating a Record of a Client's Assent to Important Decisions

It is “black-letter law” in New York that the four elements a plaintiff must plead and prove to succeed on a legal malpractice claim are: (1) the existence of an attorney-client relationship; (2) negligence on the part of the attorney or some other conduct in breach of that relationship; (3)... Read more →