Three years after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that litigants unhappy about settlements to which they agree cannot sue their lawyers for malpractice, appeals courts are finding exceptions.
On July 30, the state Appellate Division held a suit could go forward where the alleged legal malpractice was a relevant factor behind the client’s decision to settle the earlier litigation.
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