CNA - Protection Protocol: Appropriately Managing and Responding to Legal Hold Notices

A Legal Hold Notice is a directive requiring the recipient of a notice to preserve and maintain evidence related to a matter which is, or may become, the subject of litigation in the future. This month's article examines the best practices for assisting a client who receives a Legal Hold... Read more →


CNA - The Devil is in the Details: Navigating Policy Limit Demands to Avoid Malpractice Exposure

Whenever potential damages substantially exceed the insured's limit of liability, defense counsel needs to be cautious about how settlement negotiations are handled. Click here to get practice pointers and tips for navigating policy limit demands. Read more →


CNA - Professional Liability Fact Sheet: Plaintiff’s Personal Injury/Property Damage

CNA has compiled professional liability claims data from recent years to analyze trends and provide tips for mitigating the risks associated with legal malpractice claims in plaintiff's personal injury/property damage. CNA Fact Sheet to read more. Read more →


CNA - Money for Nothing? Best Practices for Referral and Fee Splitting Agreements

While referral fees and fee sharing agreements play an important role, these fees are not easy and risk-free money. There are strict requirements in order to collect the referral fee and proactive risk management pertaining to fee splitting agreements is critical. The CNA LPL Risk Control team outlines the rules... Read more →


CNA - A Brave New Advertising World: Ensuring Success and Avoiding Pitfalls with Legal Advertising in Emerging Formats

Legal advertising has not been without its risks and pitfalls. Like other aspects of the practice of law, lawyers are guided by and often times restricted in who, what, where, when and how we advertise. This is most apparent whenever lawyers utilize new methods or services to advertise. However, lawyers... Read more →