That’s a mouthful. What it means is that in the case of Toste Farm v. Battle Fowler, in New York County, the defendant attorneys may have “lulled” plaintiffs into deferring claims until far later than three years after the end of the attorney-client relationship. Anthony Lin reports in the NYLJ Battle Fowler, now Paul, Hastings offered to make plaintiffs whole in return for a promise not to sue them. Plaintiffs followed the advice and sued other parties. Plaintiffs now say that Battle Fowler reneged. The case continues, and the statute of limitations motion failed.