A $33 million legal malpractice and attorney deceit case against Blank Rome is teed up for trial, after a New York judge denied the law firm’s latest bid to dismiss the case.

The judge’s decision this week on Blank Rome’s summary judgment motion is the latest development in the long-running case stemming from the law firm’s former representation of Kristina Armstrong, the wife of a bank executive, in a divorce.

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