A Brooklyn judge has dismissed a legal malpractice action against a Court Street lawyer and his firm stemming from their representation of a husband in what, even by New York standards, was an extraordinarily contentious and potentially violent divorce.

In December 2003, just nine months after he was charged with soliciting his wife’s murder, plaintiff Joseph Pascarella agreed to pay her $400,000 to settle their divorce.

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