A New Jersey appeals court has handed Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis and two of its partners a win in a legal malpractice case, finding their representation of a close corporation did not create a duty to its three shareholders.

Any duty that was breached was a duty only to the corporation, the state Appellate Division held in affirming dismissal of the case on April 16.

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