A Manhattan judge has taken to task some well-known personal injury attorneys for what she called a “nonsensical and frivolous” bid to recoup the costs of an unsuccessful medical malpractice action.

“[T]he following illustrates why members of the public may hold cynical views of the legal profession,” Supreme Court Justice Emily Jane Goodman began her ruling in Kremen v. Benedict P. Morelli & Associates, 101739/06.

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