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Have a question about Lawyer Liability? Comment below.

The following are some frequently asked lawyer liability questions that could help you decipher just how much lawyer liability is needed.

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Lawyers could possibly face more risks than the average business owner because they face the possibility of claims of negligence, errors, and bad legal advice. 

Many lawyers fear that by dropping a client, they are even more susceptible to these legal claims. However, there are instances in which your legal clients may (or even must) withdraw from a case.


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A Texas Lawbook study of 40 of the largest firms in the state revealed, back in April, that a serious gender gap continues to plague most law firms there. Nearly half of the lawn firms in the study promoted no women or just one woman to partner in the previous three years

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Experts participating in an American Bar Association webinar shared the importance for law firms to prepare for cyber-attacks. They also emphasized the importance of Cyber Liability Insurance for Lawyers.

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With the advent of social media and even just more availability online, it’s easier than ever for individuals to getting medical and legal advice online.

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In Part 2 of this blog post, we will explore some other instances where an attorney may legally withdraw from a case without worrying about their professional liability exposures.

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According to legal reference website Lawyers.com, one of the most valid reasons for an attorney to withdraw themselves from a case is due to conflicts of interest.

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On May 1st, 1958, President Eisenhower proclaimed Law Day to honor the role of law in the creation of the United States of America. Congress quickly followed suit three years later by passing a joint resolution establishing May 1st as Law Day.

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In the first week of February 2014, individuals interested in the future of law, technology, or entrepreneurship and innovation joined to attend a free and open public conference at the Great hall at Cooper Union in New York City. 

We've condensed a few of the main takeaways from the event in our latest blog post.

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The only sure way for your legal clients to protect themselves against professional liability risk is by purchasing an insurance policy.
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