Court Revives Malpractice Lawsuit Against Duane Morris

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled the limitation on legal malpractice damages to the fees paid to an attorney only applies in criminal cases, not civil.

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  • RD Legal Funding

    Malpractice is the worst crime you can charge a lawyer. In cases like those, sometimes lawyers do not have a clue on what needs to be done to at least put up a good case. A lawyer is supposed to give a decent presentation and give their best to their clients. If that doesn't happen, then they are liable and will be called on their absence in their duty.

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