The elements of a legal malpractice claim are straightforward enough.
The claim requires proof of (1) employment of the attorney; (2) the failure of the attorney to exercise ordinary skill and knowledge; and (3) that such failure was the proximate cause of damage to the plaintiff. See Knopick v. Connelly, 639 F.3d 600, 606 n.7 (3d Cir. 2011).
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