Bloomberg reports, that E&Y was sued for "negligence, malpractice and breach of contract in connection with audits of financial statements over a five- year period," which sounds like the standard fair in these matters. The pleasant surprise being the brevity of the suit.
"The two-page filing doesn’t provide any details of the allegations against Ernst & Young," which may cause you to wonder if it's really just a one-page lawsuit (unthinkable, I know) with the second page simply stating, "This page is intentionally left blank." Of course the downside here (aside from another lawsuit being lumped on the pile) is that E&Y's lawyers won't get a chance to rack up many billable hours just yet. Which is to say, there is no downside. [Bloomberg, Earlier]