Trust Asks 6th Circuit To Rule Legal Malpractice Policies Cover Its Claim

(May 20, 2016, 9:35 AM EDT) -- CINCINNATI — A family trust on Nov. 6 asked the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to reverse summary judgment in favor of a legal malpractice insurer, arguing that their claim is covered by one or more policies and that the removal of a lawyer as an independent trustee did not trigger the policies’ notice requirement (John N. Thomson, et al. v. Hartford Casualty Insurance Company, No. 15-1501, 6th Cir.).

John N. Thomson, Julia Kassak, Silverio J. Vitello, Julia Kassak, Paula L. Vultaggio and Anna Vitello...
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