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Malpractice
Access Doesn't Mean Intrusion: Risk Management Needn't Disturb Confidentiality by Robert W. Martin, Jr. (ABA Journal - September 2000, p. 68)

Breaking Up is Hard To Do: Does the Lawyer-Client Relationship Continue? By Elizabeth Cohen (ABA Journal - August 1999 - v. 85)

Client v. Lawyer: How to Prosecute Malpractice by Anita J. Anderson The Compleat Lawyer - Winter 1998, v. 15, no. 1

Know Your Limits: The Right Formula Can Yield a Safe Level of Malpractice Insurance by G. Michael Bourgeois (ABA Journal - September 1998) Representing A Fellow Lawyer by Jill Schachner Chanen The Compleat Lawyer - Winter 1998, v. 15, no. 1

Look Before You Leap: Mobile Lawyers Need to Check Policy Coverage When Changing Firms by William B. McGuire and Marianne M. DeMarco (ABA Journal - November 2000, p. 74)

Risk Management: Protecting Your Clients and Your Assets in Your Absence by Ann Massie Nelson and Melvin G. McCartney (GP Solo - January/February 2000, p. 48)

Risk Management Protects Profitability, Creates Competitive Advantage by Norman K. Clark (Res Gestae - August 1999, p. 33)

Safe Landings In Client Suits by George M. Kryder (ABA Journal - January 1999 - v. 85)

Skills and Systems: The Secrets to Better Law Office Management by Phil J. Shuey The Compleat Lawyer - Winter 1998, v. 15, no. 1

Ten Ways to Prevent Malpractice by Cynthia Oteri Butera and Judy Cannella Schott The Compleat Lawyer - Winter 1998, v. 15, no. 1

Twice Bitten: Violations of Ethical Rules as Evidence of Legal Malpractice by Douglas L. Christian and Michael Christain (GPSolo - March 2000, p. 28)

When a Malpractice Claim is Filed: A Checklist by Barry Bach The Compleat Lawyer - Winter 1998, v. 15, no. 1

Why Bad Things Happen to Good Lawyers ABA Journal - March 1998, v.84.