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Attorneys as defendants

Dec. 22, 2017
By Kenneth C. Feldman, Alex A. Graft

Catch up on this year's legal malpractice developments.

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The timeliness of attorney malpractice claims

Aug. 18, 2017
By Scott P. Dixler

Earn MCLE credit reviewing the applicability of the “continuous representation” rule.


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A statute of limitations ruling favoring lawyers

Mar. 10, 2017
By Dan L. Stanford

The court's opinion correctly points out that neither the subjective belief of the client nor the formal act of withdrawing are alone sufficient to conclude when the relationship ended.

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<em>Knock knock!</em> State Bar special master at your door

Mar. 3, 2017

Since 1979, a select group of hand-picked individuals from the State Bar's Special Master's List have been responsible for carrying out search and seizures of evidence in possession of or under the control of attorneys, physicians, psychotherapists and clergy members. By Jonathan Goldstein


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Year in review: attorneys as defendants

Jan. 6, 2017

Although there were no earth-shattering appellate opinions in cases against attorneys in 2016, attorney-defendants did achieve a number of victories. By Kenneth C. Feldman and Alex A. Graft