Morgan & Morgan’s Florida Business Trial Group has hit Tampa-based Am Law 200 firm Carlton Fields and four of its attorneys with a legal malpractice lawsuit claiming Carlton Fields betrayed a client by representing a company on the opposite side of a transaction.

The complaint claims that after years of representing Orlando title insurance trust Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund, defendants Nathaniel L. Doliner, Marty J. Solomon, William G. Giltinan and Christopher W. Smart began simultaneously representing its business partner Old Republic National Title Holding Co. in a deal that worked against the plaintiff’s interests.

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