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Wendy Wen Yun Chang represents lawyers in all types of complex matters that involve the practice of the law, including risk management counseling …

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The 2015 LMRM Conference Starts Tomorrow

The 2015 LMRM conference starts tomorrow in Chicago with the Opening Reception at the Westin Chicago River North at 6 pm in the Astor Ballroom.  More ›

@Lawyersforprof at the APRL meeting in Houston

Members of Lawyers for the Professions Katie Lachter, Anthony Davis, Nabil Foster and Noah Fiedler attended the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers meeting in Houston last week. More ›

Lawyers' Lawyer Newsletter Halloween edition 2014 released

The 2014 Halloween edition of the Lawyers' Lawyer newsletter is out. In this edition:

  • Attorney’s Death Just Before Statute of Limitations Expired Does Not Preclude Legal Malpractice Action
  • Attorney Duties of Care to Third Parties
  • The Unfinished Business Rule — the Saga Continues
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Ronald E. Mallen Named "Lawyer of the Year" for Legal Malpractice Law for San Francisco

We are so proud of our partner and leader Ronald E. Mallen for being named "Lawyer of the Year" in the Legal Malpractice Law – Defendants category in San Francisco by Best Lawyers.

Mr. Mallen has practiced in the area of legal malpractice for more that 40 years and has been co-author of the leading treatise in the field, the five-volume work, "Legal Malpractice," which is updated and published annually by Thomson Reuters. Mr. Mallen is certified by the California Board of Legal Specialization as a legal specialist in Legal Malpractice Law.

“If I report that, won’t my insurance premiums go up?”

Blum Collins, LLP v. NCG Professional Risks, Ltd. (unpublished)

Summary judgment was granted to an insurer in insurance bad faith litigation for an attorney’s failure to disclose in an application for a professional liability insurance policy a potential claim for which the attorney had signed a tolling agreement with a former client from a prior firm. More ›

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