Law Firm Loses Appeal – Faces Legal Malpractice Claims (NY)

Kagan, Lubic, Lepper, Finkelstein & Gold LLP v. 325 Fifth Avenue Condominium and The Board of Managers of 325 Fifth Avenue Condominium (Supreme Court of the State of New York)    Read the decision (PDF)……………..


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