The New York Court of Appeals on Wednesday revived a legal malpractice suit against law firm Larossa, Mitchell & Ross over its representation of a personal injury lawyer found to have defrauded New York City by fabricating evidence in tort cases.

The suit, which was previously dismissed because Larossa’s ex-client was in dissolution, cannot now be barred on res judicata grounds against a successor firm, the court ruled.

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