Katten Can’t Curb $950M Malpractice Suit Ahead Of Trial
Law360 (July 12, 2021, 10:17 PM EDT) — A California state judge has sided with CashCall Inc. in a dispute over which damages law should apply in the consumer lender’s $950 million malpractice lawsuit against Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, denying the firm’s bid to apply a Washington, D.C., law ahead of an August trial.
Superior Court Judge William Claster ruled Friday that a California compensatory negligence law should apply in the case because CashCall’s alleged injury took place in the Golden State, reversing a tentative ruling he issued last month in which he found that a D.C. contributory negligence law should apply.
CashCall contends the law firm cost the…
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