Cadwalader Fails to Defeat Malpractice Suit Over Proxy Fight

, New York Law Journal

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Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Melvin Schweitzer granted summary judgment to Red Zone, an investment vehicle run by the owner of the Washington Redskins, finding Cadwalader did not prove it gave adequate warning that a side letter it reviewed may not have limited Red Zone's liability in a proxy fight.

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  • Former CadKid

    Having worked at Cadwalader, I know that it is a firm that is filled with dishonesty and deviant behavior. I am not surprised that it is also liable for malpractice. This "white shoe" firm, charges more than they are worth. I can only guess that there is a lot more malpractice where that came from.

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