Labgold v. Regenhardt (U)

The court held that a plaintiff had standing to sue his legal malpractice complaint, arising from bankruptcy representation. While the plaintiff did allege some pre-petition breaches that he lacks standing to assert, he also alleged that the defendant failed to advise him that he could and should submit a revised petition regarding transfer of his marital residence. Further, in his motion for leave to amend his complaint, the plaintiff proffered additional allegations of post-petition breaches.

Reversed and remanded.

Labgold v. Regenhardt (U), 170640, Oct. 18, 2018. SCV (per curiam) from Alexandria.

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