Tag Archives: Legal malpractice

Maine Supreme Court holds that competent expert testimony is required to prove causation in legal malpractice actions

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the March 21, 2017 opinion of the Maine Supreme Court which held that expert testimony that is not based on supporting facts in the record was insufficient to prove … Continue reading

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Florida 4th DCA affirms $2 million dollar punitive damages award against Florida law firm in legal malpractice/breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog  which will discuss the recent opinion of Florida 4th District Court of Appeal affirming a $2 million dollar punitive damages award against a Florida law firm.  The case is Young v. Becker … Continue reading

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