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The requirements of raising equitable estoppel or fraudulent concealment in a legal malpractice context By Martin J. O’Hara Tort Law, May 2002 A 2001 Fifth District Appellate Court decision examined a plaintiff's ability to avoid the statute of limitations and repose in a professional malpractice claim based upon the defendant professional's alleged fraudulent conduct in concealing the malpractice.

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