Recent Illinois Case: Bay Group Health Care LLC v. Ginsberg Jacobs LLC

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Malpractice case dismissed because purported “clients” (guarantors of loan) did not believe bank’s lawyers were representing them pursuant to a confession of judgment clause in loan documents. Portion of release in settlement agreement between bank and guarantors that released former agents and legal representatives of bank did not specifically release bank’s attorneys; portion of release that specifically mentioned attorneys did not apply to former attorneys; and interaction of two clauses meant that former attorneys were not released.

Bay Group Health Care LLC v. Ginsberg Jacobs LLC, 2015 WL 5174006.

(This is for informational purposes and is not legal advice.)

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