A legal malpractice carrier is taking a hard line on the level of client grumbling that puts a lawyer on notice of a potential claim that must be reported.

The carrier’s declaratory judgment suit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Trenton, N.J., could cause sleepless nights for any lawyer who has ever had to deal with a client disappointed by the outcome of a case.

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