California Case Law Update

Author: Mina Miserlis

April 7, 2015 9:34pm

MEDIATION/LEGAL MALPRACTICE Amis v. Greenberg 2015 WL 1245902 (Cal.App.2 Dist.) Facts: Plaintiff filed suit against his former attorneys, alleging they committed malpractice by causing him to enter a settlement converting the

In-House Counsel Privilege Upheld

Author: Robert Tyson

February 4, 2015 5:30pm

Palmer v. Superior Court 2014 WL 6662053 (2014) – In this legal malpractice case, the issue presented was whether the attorney-client privilege applies to intra-firm communications between attorneys concerning disputes with a current client, when that client later sues for malpractice.

Strategic Considerations For Attorney Malpractice Statute of Limitations

Author: Jacob Felderman

October 30, 2014 11:08pm

When an attorney makes a mistake, the layman client will often be unaware until long after the mistake occurred. When the discovery of the mistake is significantly delayed, can the client still pursue their attorney for recovery? This is just one of the important considerations when evaluating statute of limitations defenses.

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