Childress Immune From Malpractice Suit, 11th Circ. Affirms

The Eleventh Circuit on Friday upheld the dismissal of a condominium association’s malpractice suit over law firm Childress Duffy Ltd. Inc.’s handling of a hurricane coverage action, finding that the firm’s decision to not use a particular witness at trial is protected by Florida’s judgment immunity doctrine.

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