Monthly Archives: August 2012

Experts on Experts.

Redding v. Estate of Robert Sugarman, Esq., CA 07-4591 (E.D. PA May 3, 2012) is a legal malpractice case which arises out of a medical malpractice case. The most important lesson which is gleaned from this case is the strict … Continue reading

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The Costs of Mortgage Mismanagement.

            Onewest Bank, FSB v. Follman, No. A-3279-10T4, (N.J. Super. April 3, 2012) is a case where a homeowner who was defending foreclosure attempted to have a default judgment vacated. This case is notable for the … Continue reading

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Rules of Law versus Rules of Conduct.

Smith v. Morrison, 2012Pa. Super. 105 (Pa. Super. 2012) is a case from Perry County, Pennsylvania that analyzes the jury instructions to be given during legal malpractice cases. During trials, courts will often take suggestions for instructions from each party. … Continue reading

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The Joy of Marriage…and Legal Malpractice.

            Flaherty-Wiebel v. Morris, Downing, Sherred, 384 F. Appx. 173(3rd Cir. 2010) is a legal malpractice case which  analyzes the scope of an attorney-client relationship. The center of the case was a pre-nuptial agreement which provided … Continue reading

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