McLeod v. Pignatelli, 2017

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The District Court for the Northern District of Illinois denied a plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment in a legal malpractice case.  The plaintiff argued that a Last Will and Testament drafted by his attorneys was ambiguous.  The court held that it whether drafting an ambiguous will was a breach of the standard of care was a question for the jury.

McLeod v. Pignatelli

 

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