Law360, Los Angeles (June 22, 2016, 6:36 PM EDT) -- There is no magic wand to wave in order for legal malpractice attorneys to win business from both current and new clients. The overwhelming majority of legal malpractice experts told Law360 that doing great work and building a reputation based on that work is the key to sustaining a long and successful practice.
“Recognition and reputation take time to build,” said Ronald Mallen, a partner with Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP. “There really is no shortcut.”
Kevin Rosen, chairman of Gibson Dunn’s law firm defense practice group, said doing quality work is key.
“Quality begets a reputation,” he said. “At the end...
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