An in-house lawyer for Camden County, N.J., can’t be held personally liable to its insurers for a $19.3 million judgment in a case she allegedly botched.

U.S. District Judge Noel Hillman on Wednesday tossed the carriers’ claims, saying that no matter what Assistant County Counsel Donna Whiteside did, they could not show that her conduct caused them any injury.

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