• Connecticut Appellate Court
  • Connecticut Appellate Court
  • AC 33834
  • Apr 23 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Sheldon, J.
As a general matter, once the attorney-client relationship ends, the prior representation does not give rise to any continuing duty; but, even after representation ends, if an attorney learns of negligent service to the client at a time when he has the power to remedy the problems arising from it, he owes a duty to his client, which relates back to his original wrong of rendering negligent services, to correct the results of such prior negligence.

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