Monthly Archives: June 2013

Attorneys Can still be Sued After Settlement is reached with a Third-Party

            Gorjuice Wrap, Inc. v. Okin, Hollander & De Luca, LLP, N.J. Super. A.D., (2011) is leg al malpractice claim that challenges the Puder Doctrine.  The Puder doctrine prevents a plaintiff from suing past council for damages because the plaintiff … Continue reading

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Not All Actions Against Attorneys require a Certificate of Merit

              Sabella v. Estate of Milides, 992 A.2d 180 is a case about an attorney’s misconduct, in which the trial court denied Appellant’s motion to strike the judgment of non pros.  A judgment of non pros enters judgment in … Continue reading

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