CHICAGO -- A Michigan judge has rejected a Detroit law firm's request for a new trial and a reduction in a $25.6 million award the firm was ordered to pay in a legal malpractice case involving a bond issue.

Oakland County Circuit Court Judge John J. McDonald last week rejected Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone's contention that the award "was grossly excessive and totally unrelated to economic reality."

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