Andrew S. Kowlowitz, a partner at Furman Kornfeld & Brennan, writes that an exception is made, and the three-year statute of limitations may be tolled pursuant to the "continuous representation" doctrine, when an attorney continues to provide legal services to a client after the commission of an alleged error.
Preserving Statute of Limitations Defense to Legal Malpractice Claim
New York Law Journal
February 19, 2013
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