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In a case of first impression, New York’s highest court, the New York Court of Appeals, has ruled that a client’s failure to pursue an appeal in an underlying action barred the client’s ability to maintain a legal malpractice action only where the client was likely to have succeeded on the appeal in the underlying action.

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