Wanting to maintain complete control over his already troubled divorce proceedings, Curtis Kekoa Jr. insisted on a contract provision with his lawyer that would give him last say over decision making.

But that move backfired on the non-practicing San Francisco lawyer when a trial court judge said the provision turned his attorney/client relationship into an employee/employer relationship that prevented him from suing for malpractice.

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