Here is a Front page “In Brief” story from the New York Law Journal: Attorney is suspended after he compounded what appears to be a rather common error. Client wanted to sue the State Board of Higher Education, probably for a slip and fall case on a campus. Attorney was required to file a notice of claim with the Attorney General’s office pursuant to Agency law. He didn’t. That was bad enough for him to “withdraw” his client’s case, probably to avoid an assessment of costs. Outcome? Attorney suspended, client without a remedy. Legal malpractice?