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PBA Avoiding Legal Malpractice Training - Spring 2022

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Price: $49.00
Item Code: 11677-BK

About

Avoiding legal malpractice is a source of anxiety for most attorneys, often leading to many sleepless nights and much second-guessing. With this book, our knowledgeable panelists have tried to alleviate some of that concern by identifying the common areas that can expose attorneys to liability and malpractice claims. These tips and materials are designed to help you manage your risk, by helping you identify and avoid, or at least mitigate, potential claims.

Summary of Contents

  • PBA – Your Other Partner 
  • PBA Member Benefits that Can Help You Manage Your Risks 
  • Succession Planning - PBA Member Benefits 
  • Most Requested Resource after the ALM Program
  • PBA Member Benefit – Professional Liability Insurance 
  • Claims by Areas of Practice 
  • Percentage of Claim by Size of Firm 
  • Know Your Policy, What Coverage Do You Have? 
  • What is Covered & Who is Covered? 
  • Common & Uncommon Exclusions 
  • Important Coverage Options 
  • Important Policy Features 
  • Supplementary Coverages 
  • Dabbling 
  • Communication 
  • What firms are Affected 
  • Ethical Considerations 
  • Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of Pennsylvania 
  • Guidance from the Supreme Court 
  • LCL Trends 
  • Ethical Dilemmas and your MH 
  • Ethical Dilemmas and COVID‐19
Practice Areas
Published: 6/24/2022
Pages: 47
Size: 8.5x11
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