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Attorney's Disqualification From Malpractice Case for Prior Representation

Georgette Franzone, et al., Plaintiffs v. Susan Chana Lask, Esq., Defendant.

The New York Law Journal reported Southern District Magistrate Gorenstein’s opinion in Georgette Franzone, et al., Plaintiffs v. Susan Chana Lask, Esq., Defendant, granting Ms. Lask’s disqualification motion against an attorney who filed that sham malpractice case1.  This is how Ms. Lask asserted disqualification and won that and her motion to dismiss the sham complaint in its entirety.

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The Law of Attraction Gets You a Lawyer Just Like You

People tend to pick lawyers just like themselves.  So if someone is a liar, their lawyer is going to be a liar. And if someone is honest and wants to win without lying to the judge, their lawyer will be as honest and a hard worker to win on the truth and the law.  It's the law of attraction. Here's some pointers on choosing a lawyer.

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Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Legal Malpractice Gets Fees

Susan Chana Lask

A lawyer's breach of fiduciary duty alleged in a Legal Malpractice case refunds legal fees, or, disgorges fees from the lawyer. Alleging only a legal malpractice claim limits a client to damages for negligence, and that's if they exist. The difference between the causes of action are clear.

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When Courts and Attorneys Ignore the Law

Remember when New York Dutchess County Judge Amodeo threw the poor pregnant mom, Genia Shockome, in jail for 30 days because she called him a liar during a Family Court custody proceeding. She was defending herself from losing custody of her child. Unfortunately, she was defending herself while pregnant. I can only imagine her hormones raging, a baby kicking inside of her and a Judge having no idea what she was going through as a pregnant mom in Family Court defending her unborn child.

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