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When is the Lawyer’s Conduct NOT the Cause of the Plaintiff’s Damages?

By Robert Ross |

NOT ALL WRONGFUL ACTIONS CONSTITUTE ACTIONABLE¬†MALPRACTICE Losing a lawsuit is stressful, and plaintiffs often want to hold “someone” responsible for the loss. However, losing a lawsuit (without more) is not malpractice, and even if an attorney did act improperly in the course of representation, not every wrongful act or error constitutes actionable malpractice. Similarly,… Read More »

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