A New York appellate panel has thrown out the legal malpractice suit initiated by three former Computer Associates accountants against the firm of Kaye Scholer.

The three plaintiffs — Irene Salvatore, Andrew Press and Brian A. Wright — were fired from CA in April 2004, during the accounting scandal that resulted in the securities fraud conviction of the company’s then-chief executive Sanjay Kumar. In their complaint, the plaintiffs asserted, among other allegations, that Kaye Scholer’s representation of them during the company’s internal investigations resulted in their termination.

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