Avery v. Sirlin, 2004-09285, (Index No. 3764/97) , SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK, APPELLATE DIVISION, SECOND DEPARTMENT , 2006 NY Slip Op 1447; Both sides lose summary judgment based upon questions of fact on cooperation between attorney and client, and question on merit of an appeal, which apparently was not perfected.
2. Goldfarb v. Schwartz, 2005-07040, (Index No. 36835/04) , SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK, APPELLATE DIVISION, SECOND DEPARTMENT , 2006 NY Slip Op 1458; In the aftermath of a messy probate and estate situation, with deeds and other transfers after the probate, defendant succeeded on appeal with his 3211(a)(7) motion to dismiss, based on documentary evidence of lack of privity, and lack of negligence.
RLS ASSOCIATES, LLC, Plaintiff, -against- UNITED BANK OF KUWAIT PLC, Defendant.
3.01 Civ. 1290 (CSH)UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK Not exactly a legal malpractice case, but one which discusses the obligation of counsel in appeals, and who is the attorney. Guess? This will lead to a legal malpractice case one year from now.