Bernard Eizen's Web site bills him as a "renaissance" lawyer, but the tax and estates attorney may have bitten off more than he could chew when he ventured into the realm of intellectual property. That's the nub of a malpractice suit by former clients, who allege that Eizen's inexperience in IP law dealt such a blow to their thriving pretzel company's worth that negotiations to sell it for as much as $100 million crumbled.
Pretzel Company's Owners Allege Tax Lawyer Got Lost in Twists of IP Law
New Jersey Law Journal
January 4, 2010