Judge Disagrees With Colleague's Dismissal of Legal Mal Case

, The Legal Intelligencer


In response to an appeal of the dismissal of a legal malpractice suit, a Philadelphia judge said her former colleague's decision to toss the case was "inappropriate."

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  • Shelly Kozel

    While the case is interesting..what is most interesting is for attorneys to check their Lawyer‘s Professional Liability Policy for: because Noonan and his firm, Walfish & Noonan, represented themselves pro se, they did not have professional liability insurance. Does your LPL cover you for "Pro Se " work?

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