I am attorney Howard Altschuler and since 1997 I have represented individuals and businesses who have legal malpractice claims, dispute excessive legal fees, seek sanctions or other relief for an attorney’s unethical conduct.
Please call 1.234.567.9897 (or send an email via the email contact form)* and provide your name, email address, and location.
Legal Malpractice Lawyer Howard Altschuler has represented plaintiffs in a wide variety of legal malpractice, fee disputes, sanction motions, and ethics cases for more than 17 years.
I am admitted to practice in:
- New York
- New Jersey
Federal Appellate Courts:
- United States Supreme Court
- Second Circuit Court of Appeals (New York, Connecticut, Vermont)
- Third Circuit Court of Appeals (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware)
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Hawaii)
Federal District Courts:
- New Jersey
- New York Southern District
- New York Eastern District
* Please email via the contact form or call for a free initial phone call directly with Attorney Altschuler if you are dissatisfied with your lawyer or law firm. The free initial call is for a 5-10 minutes with Attorney Altschuler to obtain the basic facts of your case. After the phone call, Attorney Altschuler will send you an email briefly summarizing the conversation, and options to proceed. No legal opinions are provided as part of this initial communication until such time as you actually retain Attorney Altschuler.
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