At almost the end of testimony, this legal malpractice case settled. It had two components. The first was the WG fees still owed: they were in excess of $2 million if you count interest. The second was whether the law firm committed malpractice, and if so, did it damage plaintiff.
This is an excellent outcome for plaintiff, especially as it lacked an attorney just months prior to trial. For the entire history of the case, see our earlier reports and todays LJ/ Details.