Supreme Court Confirms Expert Testimony Required to Establish Causation in Legal Mal Cases

Abstract

v. Papastavros, 323 Conn. 275 (Sept. 27, 2016), the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that expert testimony is required to establish the element of causation in a legal malpractice case. Thus, even where an attorney’s performance was deficient, if the plaintiff cannot present expert testimony that the outcome of her case would have been different but for the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Norman2016SupremeCC, title={Supreme Court Confirms Expert Testimony Required to Establish Causation in Legal Mal Cases}, author={David Norman and Kim Rinehart}, year={2016} }