How to avoid being sued by your client: preventions and cures for legal malpractice
Section of Economics of Law Practice, American Bar Association, Nov 1, 1981 - Law - 102 pages
This manual shows the practitioner how to avoid exposure to the causes of legal malpractice and increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome in the event of litigation. Advice on client relations, fee arrangements, filing systems, and docket control is provided in the work.
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