Firm's Engagement Letter Not Specific Enough to Beat Back Malpractice Suit

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A Manhattan federal judge has refused to dismiss a $10 million legal malpractice suit against Seward & Kissel, finding that under the firm's broad terms in an engagement letter, its lawyers might have been expected to conduct due diligence on a party in a deal.

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