An insurance company suing an attorney for lying on his malpractice insurance application must present more than a simple affidavit when moving for summary judgment, a Southern District judge has ruled.

Judge Robert W. Sweet also found that Chicago Insurance Company (CIC) may have waited too long after learning that attorney David M. Kreitzer had been disciplined — for neglecting personal injury cases — to rescind the malpractice policy.

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