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Other Situations that Toll the Statute of Limitations on Malpractice

By Robert Ross |

In addition to the situations we’ve discussed in previous posts, California law recognizes a few additional, special situations where the statute of limitations for filing a legal malpractice action is tolled.  To briefly review before we look more closely at these situations: — A Statute of Limitations is a law (a “statute”) which limits the amount of time… Read More »

Tolling the Statute of Limitations During Continuing Representation

By Robert Ross |

GENERALLY, THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS IS TOLLED FOR THE DURATION OF THE ATTORNEY’S REPRESENTATION OF THE CLIENT.* *However, some exceptions do exist, as we will discuss below. The statute of limitations on malpractice is generally tolled for the duration of the attorney’s representation of the client in the ongoing matter where the malpractice occurred…. Read More »

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