Quick Tip - Legal Malpractice: What Constitutes a Case?

If an attorney makes a mistake in handling a claim, can a client sue him for malpractice just because the case didn’t go as planned? When a lawyer loses a case or it settles for less than expected, it doesn’t necessarily constitute malpractice. Legal malpractice is actually quite hard to... Read more →

Quick Tip - Mediating a Claim? How to Avoid Legal Malpractice

Due to the unpredictability as well as the high cost of litigation, more and more legal disputes are being resolved out of court, either through voluntary or court-ordered mediation. To encourage the use of mediation, many states have passed mediation confidentiality statutes intended to protect the statements made during the... Read more →

We Produced What? The Dangers of Discovery in a Digital World (Part 1)

In this ever-changing digital world, the phrase “paper discovery” takes on a whole new meaning. Gone are the days in which a party in litigation serves upon the opposing party Interrogatories and Requests for Production of Documents and then 30 days later boxes of paper documents arrive on the attorney’s... Read more →