Many law firms have been forced to adapt to a remote-work environment because of COVID-19. This has placed an unprecedented burden on law firms’ technological capabilities.
While mistakes can occur and things can happen with little or no warning, understanding the most common mistakes lawyers make and where the risks are can help you avoid those mistakes and risks, and reduce the chances of a malpractice claim.
What are the best ways to manage a busy law practice while still practicing good risk management techniques? We’ve got 10 great tips!
It’s important to know what cyber liability insurance covers and what will happen to your premiums if you report a breach.
Poor communication often leads to bad case outcomes and malpractice complaints or grievances. It’s the lawyer’s responsibility to know how and when to talk and listen so that clients understand.