This episode features Tony Grande, owner of Grande Legal & Consulting, in New York, NY. The firm offers full-service consulting, litigation and trial practice, and its primary focus is defending property damage claims involved in major construction projects. The discussion addresses a new “likely to succeed” standard announced by the New York Court of Appeals in relation to Grace v. Law, a controversial case of first impression in legal malpractice.
Mr. Grande explains why Grace v. Law is a watershed case for legal malpractice. Looking at the practical implications of the case, he explores how the “likely to succeed” standard established by the case will impact adjusters, insurance executives, defense counsel, or law firms involved with legal malpractice litigation or who are sued for legal malpractice.
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