5 Tips for Avoiding Legal Malpractice Claims

When your client turns against you…this article is of substantial value.


The following is a guest-blog post from attorney and CEB authorMichael Denison:

Virtually every lawyer who is sued for legal malpractice or malicious prosecution has committed some kind of error. However, in defending such suits, it is often clear that the error is not an act or omission of legal malpractice, or conduct that would support malicious prosecution; rather, it is typically the failure to document the file with memos, telephone logs, transmittal forms, and/or reports to the client.

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