Gross McGinley Says Client Caused Poaching Trial Loss

Law360 (July 28, 2020, 7:13 PM EDT) -- Gross McGinley LLP has told a Pennsylvania state judge that the firm's purported failure to introduce proper damages evidence during a trial over alleged poaching by an ex-partner at a telecommunications consulting company was the fault of the client and not a sign of malpractice by the lawyer handling the case.

In preliminary objections Friday to a malpractice lawsuit filed by ICORE Consulting LLC in April, Gross McGinley said that the firm attorney who tried the case had clearly asked a company witness about the extent of diminished value and lost profits stemming from an ex-partner's poaching of clients, but that...

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