A legal malpractice suit that claims the current New York managing partner of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo was too preoccupied with his lateral movement among firms to timely file a lawsuit may go forward, a Manhattan judge has ruled. During the years that Robert I. Bodian represented the plaintiff, he briefly transitioned from his own firm to the former O'Sullivan, Graev & Karabell, before moving on to Mintz Levin.
Malpractice Suit Proceeds Against Mintz Levin N.Y. Managing Partner
New York Law Journal
September 11, 2008