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Attorneys – Tort/Negligence – Legal Malpractice Claim – Civil Practice – Statute of Repose – Taxation (access required)

Carle v. Wyrick, Robbins, Yates & Ponton, LLP Even if plaintiffs’ cause of action did not accrue until the IRS issued a final assessment in 2010, and even though the defendant-attorneys continued to provide services to plaintiffs on related matters, since the attorneys’ role in plaintiffs’ business transaction – which resulted in their tax liability – was complete on June 10, 2005, plaintiffs’ Jan. 25, 2010 legal malpractice claim is barred by the four-year statute of repose.

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