CNA - Rule 8.3: Reporting Other Lawyers
Tolling the Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations by Reason of Plaintiff’s Disability or Insanity

CNA - Declining Representation with Prospective Clients

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Each year malpractice claims are made against lawyers by people that the lawyers never even considered to be their clients. Why? The lawyer did not send a declination letter after the initial meeting. The lawyer never explicitly communicated to the potential client, in writing, that he/she did not accept the representation and that no attorney-client relationship existed.  Instead, the potential client assumed, mistakenly, that the lawyer would take action and relied on that belief to deleterious conclusions.  Click here to read more.

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