Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cause and Effect

Uberoi v. Stark & Stark (S & S) is not groundbreaking for the law it presents, but rather for the idea it reinforces in New Jersey legal malpractice claims. Often times, clients may believe they have suffered as a result … Continue reading

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Time Matters

Rogers v. Cape May County Public Defender’s Office is an important case for people who received deficient legal services in relation to a criminal trial. The case provides an important standard for how long a person in New Jersey has … Continue reading

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Framing the Issue

Gorjuice Wrap, Inc. v. Okin, Hollander & De Luca, LLP refined the existing Puder doctrine in New Jersey, clarifying when it is to be applied. In this case, the plaintiff, Jasmine Kang began a business, and arranged to lease a … Continue reading

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When Legal Malpractice is not Available…

Sabella v. Estate of Milides provides a very key point for those interested in legal malpractice claims. Mainly, if one feels they have been wronged by opposing counsel, they need not worry about the lack of an attorney-client relationship, and … Continue reading

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