A case in Atlantic City, N.J., shows what kind of malpractice disputes can arise when lawyers serve as officers in small companies in turmoil.
The principal owner of a condominium apartment building is pursuing a malpractice suit against a New York lawyer who was the company’s chief operating officer and part-time general counsel.
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