CNA - Best Practices for Law Firms During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt all aspects of everyday life. As the virus spreads throughout the United States and around the globe, the number of those infected will rise, as will the death rate. Governments have issued quarantines and shelter-in-place orders in an effort to combat the pandemic, and,... Read more →


Highest Court in New York Issues Rare Decision on Judiciary Law §487 Governing Allegations of Deception Against Attorneys

The New York Court of Appeals recently issued a favorable decision affirming the dismissal of a Judiciary Law §487 claim in the case Bill Birds, Inc. v. Stein Law Firm, P.C., _ N.Y.3d __, 2020 N.Y. Slip. Op. 02125 (March 31, 2020). Under Judiciary Law § 487 (1), an attorney... Read more →


CNA - For Your Eyes Only: Securing Lawyer-Client Communication

It is axiomatic that clients do not wish to be ignored. This is as true today as it was 50 years ago. The difference, though, is how clients define being “ignored”. While acceptable response times were once measured in days, modern communication channels have clients counting the hours or even... Read more →