As messy as legal malpractice lawsuits can be, the base relationship is usually straightforward: a lawyer facing accusations of wrongdoing by a client. But a case before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals this month is testing the limits of who can be considered a client and when nonclients can sue for malpractice.
Legal Malpractice Puzzle
The National Law Journal
March 11, 2013
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