A Philadelphia judge has found the Lundy Law firm breached its contract with a referring attorney over a referral fee, but her order has left unresolved how the referral fee will be awarded given several firms won the damages and only one signed the referral fee agreement.

In a one-paragraph order issued late last month in Mark v. Lundy Law , Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Patricia McInerney granted in part plaintiff Dennis J. Mark’s motion for summary judgment. She granted the motion as to the breach of contract count as to liability only. Mark also sought damages under theories of promissory estoppel and unjust enrichment.

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