When a law firm admits it breached the legal standard of care and is responsible to pay the damages its former client would have won, if not for the breach, a court can rule on the claims for damages of the law firm's former client.
Pite v. Jacobs, [Grudberg], Belt & Dow
November 26, 2012
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