Litigation over deceased New Jersey lawyer John Fahy’s alleged bungling of a client matter in the years leading up to his untimely death has been resolved.

The client’s legal malpractice suit against Fahy Choi of Rutherford—as well as a suit by Darwin National Assurance Co., which sought to disclaim coverage for the claim—were settled during mediation on Feb. 26, according to court documents and attorneys involved in the matter.

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