From Bates Stamping To Hashing - The Immeasurable Value Of Indexing Discovery

Discovery can be arduous and time consuming, made all the more taxing when the documents to be produced, or that have been produced, lack organization. Indexing documents through bates stamping - and now newer technologies - generally helps ease discovery and litigation in general, reducing time and saving money for... Read more →


Legal Malpractice Claims Driven by Insufficient Protections Against Conflicts

Ames & Gough’s most recent annual survey of lawyers’ professional liability (LPL) insurance claims found that malpractice claims are being driven by inadequate protection against conflicts of interest as well as participation in emerging and complex practice areas, according to an Insurance Journal report. In every year since the survey... Read more →


Cyber Liability - Can An Engagement Letter Protect You From Cyber-Related Liability?

Beginning with the assumption that all the lawyers in your firm are actually drafting and updating client engagement letters on a regular basis, are you also utilizing your engagement letter to guard against a cyber-related liability claim from your client and minimizing your risk? If not, you are missing a... Read more →


Appellate Court Reaffirms Principle That Lawyers Possess the Freedom to Make Reasonable Strategic Choices in Litigation Without Fear of Liability

It is well-settled law in most jurisdictions that litigators have the freedom to use reasonable judgment in making strategic choices on behalf of their clients, without fear of legal malpractice liability. Despite this, lawyers are not immune from attacks on their decision making, with clients routinely trying to “second guess”... Read more →