A malpractice insurer isn’t required to indemnify a Cranford, N.J., solo for work he did outside his law practice as an accounting firm’s employee, a federal judge in Newark ruled last week.

Though Charles Falk was sued over legal services provided, that work “falls squarely within the ambit” of his policy’s business-enterprise exclusions, District Judge Susan Wigenton held in American Guarantee & Liability Insurance Co. v. Falk, 10-cv-2165.

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