CNA - Risk Alert: Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT: Friend or Foe to the Legal Profession?

While the true impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the legal profession is still being written, attorneys must be aware of the effects it may have on their practice. At a minimum, law firms should carefully balance the risks of implementing AI, such as ChatGPT, against any expected benefits. This... Read more →


CNA - Advance Conflict Waivers: Use Them or Lose Them?

An effective advance conflict waiver may permit lawyers to take on matters adverse to a client without the need for a subsequent waiver from that client and may limit exposure arising from a conflict of interest. This edition of In Practice…with CNA offers helpful suggestions for the possible use of... Read more →


CNA - A Bad Economy Increases Risks for Lawyers

There is no question that our economy has been in a weakened state for a lengthy time period, which may impact professional liability claims for lawyers. Virtually all areas of practice for lawyers showed an increase in claims as a result of the 2008-09 recession. CNA’s Risk Control team has... Read more →


CNA - Solutions to Navigate the Challenges of Managing a Firm

The CNA Lawyers Allied Vendor Program has identified companies that can help strengthen a law firm’s risk control programs. Some of the tools provided by partners with this program include law practice management, document management, cyber/data/communications security, and more. Learn more about these offerings in this month’s article, "Third Party... Read more →


CNA - Hot Take, Not Hot Mess: How You Can Stay Ethical and Help Clients Communicate Effectively on Social Media During Disputes

Social media communications can be quite difficult for clients. Negative posts by an opponent can turn a basic business dispute into a reputational risk. Since social media is often publicly available, even third parties can affect the matter, sometimes in unexpected ways. This month’s article explains how attorneys can stay... Read more →