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delay between your follow ups and my replies.What is the statute of limitation for legal malpractice in NYC?
New York’s statute of limitations is 2.5 years in medical malpractice cases.WOuld it be the same as statute of limitation for getting back the fees?
No. If the nature of the matter is contesting the fees, then this falls under fraud
, which has a six years, per N.Y. Civ. Prac. L. & R. §213
, if the entity took money that they should not have taken.is there a separate statute of limitations for disciplinary actions/disbarring? thank you
This is a non-legal, arbitrary process, with a complaint filed to Office of Professional Medical Conduct
. As such, there IS NO statute of limitations and a complaint may be filed at any time, and the state may investigate and admonish/punish/suspend/void one's license as they see fit.
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