Lawyers USALaunches the Legal Malpractice Monitor
Important advice on protecting legal practice from lawsuits
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Lawyers USA, The Dolan Company's national publication for attorneys, announced today the launch of the Legal Malpractice Monitor, a new online source for advice on preventing legal malpractice lawsuits, news on attorney discipline proceedings and cases, tips for improving client management and more.
With new information and advice updated daily, Legal Malpractice Monitor includes:
Advice from top experts on protecting law practices from legal malpractice claims;
Reports on attorney discipline proceedings and cases from across the United States;
A feed of current news related to legal malpractice prevention; and
Tips from law practice management consultants on improving client management.
"A legal malpractice lawsuit can cause unnecessary headaches for a lawyer, not to mention ruin a law practice or law firm," said Reni Gertner, managing editor of Lawyers USA. "The Legal Malpractice Monitor brings attorneys and law firms the information they need to avoid being sued, keep their clients happy and run their practices smoothly."
To visit the Legal Malpractice Monitor, go to http://lawyersusaonline.com/legal-malpractice-monitor/
Lawyers USA also announced its new podcast, Lawyers in Practice, which covers hot issues facing practicing attorneys and law firms. The first edition discusses how to prevent legal malpractice claims with better communication, with Jim Calloway, director of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Management Assistance Program, and Dan Pinnington, vice-president of Claims Prevention and Stakeholder Relations at LawPRO, a professional liability carrier based in Toronto, Canada.
To listen to the first edition of the Lawyers in Practice podcast, "Preventing legal malpractice claims with better communication," go to http://soundcloud.com/lawyersusa/lawyers-in-practice-1
To get the latest updates to the Legal Malpractice Monitor and other news from Lawyers USA, sign up for Lawyers USA's free daily e-mail alert here: http://lawyersusaonline.com/manage-email-alerts/
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