Union Hits Pryor Cashman With $42M Malpractice Suit

Law360, New York (August 25, 2010, 6:25 PM EDT) -- Trustees for a New York City construction union have slapped Pryor Cashman LLP with a malpractice suit, claiming a firm partner failed to give legal advice that would have stopped third-party administrator King Care LLC from allegedly looting $42 million from two benefits funds.

Pryor Cashman partner Christopher J. Sues even advised the plaintiffs not to litigate after the alleged thefts came to light in 2008, according to a complaint lodged Tuesday by attorney William J. Dealy of Dealy & Silberstein LLP, which represents the Construction...
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