NJ Court Mulls Whether NY Atty Can Be Sued In State

Law360, New York (September 11, 2012, 6:10 PM EDT) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday weighed whether the state's courts have jurisdiction over a malpractice suit against a New York attorney tapped to help transfer real estate related to an $11 million fraud case.

Attorney Young Rah, representing himself, argued that the case didn’t belong in New Jersey, saying deed work at the center of the dispute was a small part of a larger transaction centered in New York and that the deed, for residential property in Closter, N.J., was kept in escrow in...
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