3 Things Legal Malpractice Attys Should Never Tell Clients

Law360, Los Angeles (June 7, 2016, 6:48 PM EDT) -- Legal malpractice attorneys are a special breed of counsel as they often defend lawyers being sued with their livelihood and good names at stake. With that in mind, legal malpractice specialists told Law360 how to avoid using certain phrases so as not to disturb an otherwise-healthy attorney-client relationship, particularly when that client is also a lawyer.

"I can't talk right now."

Most lawyers have a lot on their plate and are forced to juggle a multitude of matters. But delaying communication with a client facing a legal malpractice suit is a quick way to make a difficult time even harder for...

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