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How you can avoid a starring role in Lawyer v. Lawyer

How do you avoid a starring role in a lawsuit where you're on the stand? Carolyn Elefant has been reading about a growing trend I'm going to call Lawyer v. Lawyer.  She -- as usual -- has great advice:

"I think that like doctors who lack a 'good bedside manner' are more vulnerable to lawsuits, so are attorneys.  For attorneys lack of good bedside manner means poor client service -- a problem that is significant enough to have spawned several blogs on that topic (see, e.g., In Search of Perfect Client Service, What About Clients, Non-billable Hour and others) Lawyers need to realize that there's a greater cost to poor service than simply loss of the client.  It can mean increased exposure for malpractice suits as well ..."

Posted by Product Team on February 13, 2006 at 02:19 PM | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

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