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Tag Archives: malpractice litigation

Can An Attorney Have Liability to Non-Clients?

By Robert Ross |

Generally speaking, a lawyer only owes a duty of care (and thus, can only be liable for malpractice) to a client,┬ámeaning “a person with whom the lawyer had an ongoing attorney-client relationship at the time the professional negligence was committed.” However, under some rare circumstances, courts will impose a duty of care on a… Read More »

The Costs of Malpractice Litigation

By Robert Ross |

Clients who fail to receive the result they desire sometimes think a malpractice action represents an “easy solution” to the client’s dissatisfaction with legal services received. However, legal malpractice actions are neither easy nor inexpensive. In fact, the costs of a legal malpractice action often make malpractice litigation an unreasonable (and inefficient) response. A… Read More »

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