The issue of cloud computing, the storing and sharing of data on/with remote servers, has been a hot topic in attorney ethics circles recently. The . . .
The Rules of Professional Conduct, as our courts have repeatedly held, cannot form the basis for a professional liability action, but they can be a good . . .
A Los Angeles jury awarded $34.5 million dollars to a group of investors who had brought a legal malpractice action against the law firm Holland . . .
Matthew Francis Henry, a former Cozen O’Connor associate, has been suspended from practicing for 30 months by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for extravagant false billings . . .
Last month, Pennsylvania attorney Lawrence Rubin was suspended for practicing for one year for failure to act promptly when faced with suspicious behavior relating to . . .
The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has published its year end statistics. Discipline last year included: 55 Informal Admonitions 16 Private Reprimands . . .
We have previously blogged about some of the good resources that are available from various professional liability insurers. Recently Swiss Re (Westport Insurance) created a . . .
While not relevant to most attorneys in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the recent controversial immigration law in Alabama raises a very interesting question regarding the . . .
Doctors regularly face the most severe consequence in malpractice situations. A doctor’s malpractice can kill a patient. For most lawyers, the consequences of legal malpractice . . .
Communication is one of the most important parts of the attorney-client relationship. Rule of professional conduct 1.4 tells us the minimum communication necessary to abide by . . .