Law Firm Litigation That Quietly Went Away in 2016

, New York Law Journal

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Large firms frequently file suit—or get sued—in all sorts of litigation, such as legal malpractice claims, bill arguments with ex-clients, partnership disputes and claims by ex-employees. While the suits make headlines at the time they are filed, often they are quietly settled or dismissed.

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Originally appeared in print as Some Law Firm Litigation Quietly Went Away This Year

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