New York Legal Malpractice: A Claim Professional's Guide
This primer provides claims professionals with a complete guide to common issues that arise in handling legal malpractice claims in New York.
Start Out Right: Engagement Letters
Since 2002, New York attorneys have been required to enter into written engagement letters documenting the terms of their relationship with each of their clients...
Pitfalls in Architect of Record/Design Architect Projects
The engagement of multiple architects on a single project is not uncommon. The involvement of multiple architects on a single project, however, can result in duplication of effort, finger pointing...
Basic Principles Make Exceptional Attorneys
It might be expected that attorneys would believe that education, experience, or personality are qualities that make an attorney exceptional, but the results were more revealing.
A Good and Happy Lawyer
An unhappy lawer will never be a good lawyer, and will never deliver the level of service deserved or fulfill the ethical obligations of competence, diligence and prompt communication required.
Controlling the Cost of New York Claims
Why are New York claims so expensive? This article looks at the many factors that attribute to the higher cost of New York claims.
Build a Stronger Firm Through Risk Management
Law firm managers have countless responsibilities to their firms. Among those responsibilities are firm finances, personnel matters, partnership issues, and business development, just to name a few.