Anthony Lin, who frequently reports on Legal Malpractice cases in New York, writes today in The New York Law Journal about a legal malpractice case arising from divorce which was dismissed. It appears that the legal malpractice was coupled with a divorce attorney fee case. The divorce firm, Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, PC represented the wife in a high profile divorce. Whether there was a settlement agreement reached over lunch at La Cote Basque, and a deviation by her attorney in failing to enforce the agreement was a central point in Justice Beeler’s decision. The wife was represented by Stuart J. Moskovitz, who called the decision “outrageous.” Attorney was represented by Philip Touitou Hinshaw & Clubertson, a firm that writes about legal malpractice and does defense work.