Crowell & Moring Faces $35 Million Malpractice Suit

, New York Law Journal


Regal Real Estate and related parties argue the firm's inadequate supervision of a one-time real estate associate now facing felony charges for allegedly embezzling more than $7 million in client funds has exposed them to unnecessary and unjustified litigation.

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    It is hard to trust people these days and its sad the plaintiffs have to go through this when all they did was trust their lawyer would handle what they were paying them for. This case may go on for sometime if a settlement isn't reached.

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