NEMIROW AND BROWN OBTAIN DIRECTED VERDICT IN LEGAL MALPRACTICE ARBITRATION
- September 3, 2016
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On May 12, 2016 , four-days into an arbitration hearing, the Arbitrator presiding over the action dismissed a complicated legal malpractice case. Ron Nemirow and Chris Brown were defending the attorneys named in the suit. Plaintiff’s claims alleged that he was forced to settle a separate and underlying litigation for a loss, and to sell his businesses for less than it was worth, because of the claimed professional malpractice. Nearly $10,000,000 was sought in damages. The defendant attorneys, through their Nemirow Perez counsel, denied the claims, and took the matter to arbitration – a form of trial. Mr. Nemirow and Mr. Brown moved the presiding arbitrator to dismiss all claims at the conclusion of the Plaintiff’s case, and after Plaintiff’s witnesses were cross examined. The arbitrator granted the motion, and directed verdict in favor of Nemirow Perez’s clients.
The attorneys of Nemirow Perez P.C. are litigation attorneys who provide strong representation to their clients all the way through trial.