A legal-malpractice insurer is not on the hook for a $750,000 consent judgment between an attorney and his client, the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District held in a split ruling Sept. 3. In a 2-1 decision, the court affirmed ...Read More »
It just doesn't seem right to Kansas City attorney David Marcus (pictured). The chairman of The Bar Plan, of all people, shouldn't try to make money by suing the insurer's potential customers. In Marcus' view, that's what Bar Plan Chairman David Larson was doing when he filed a lawsuit on behalf of an apartment manager.
The 2007 lawsuit alleged Marcus and his former law firm were negligent in handling an attempt to overturn a default judgment.Read More »