Cohen & Company v. Breen

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Cohen & Company v. Breen
2014 Ohio App. LEXIS 3847
US
State Court
Ohio
Court of Appeals
Andrew Finger, Cohen & Company (appellee); none (appellant)
McCormack

Summary

In fee dispute, appeals court affirms trial court’s rejection of disgruntled client’s attempt to defend against accounting firm’s suit with allegations of malpractice; client failed to offer expert testimony to support attack on appraiser’s valuation.
Cohen & Company v. Breen
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