Suit-Within-a-Suit: Can a Jury Hear All Issues if There Was no Jury in the Underlying Case?

The New Jersey Law Journal


In this article published by The New Jersey Law Journal , Wilentz attorneys Brian J. Molloy and Pierre Chwang explore the suit-within-a-suit methodology in legal malpractice cases and whether a litigant is entitled to a jury trial in the underlying action.

About the Authors
Brian Molloy represents local and national law firms in litigation involving alleged violations of professional responsibility and malpractice. Pierre Chwang focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including matters arising from contract, shareholder disputes and other areas of business disputes.

This article is reprinted here with permission from the January 13 Professional Malpractice special issue of the New Jersey Law Journal. © 2020 ALM Media Properties, LLC. Further duplication without permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.