The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider where an attorney’s law practice ends and entrepreneurial business practices begin in an appeal by attorneys held liable under the state’s consumer protection law for their partner’s misappropriation of a client’s settlement.

The justices heard arguments Monday in Beyers v. Richmond on whether the Superior Court correctly found that Pennsylvania’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law applies to an attorney’s conduct in collecting and distributing settlement proceeds.

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