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November 22, 2006

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» No Malpractice for Lawyer Properly Withdrawing, Says First Circuit from Legal Profession Blog
Over at the blog for Appellate Law Practice, a recent post comments on and links a U.S. First Circuit decision affirming summary judgment in favor of a lawyer who properly withdrew and caused the client to get a new lawyer. [Read More]

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Short comment: withdraw properly and there is no legal malpractice. Here is a case from California, commented on by the Appellate Law and Practice blog. Attorney correctly withdrew, hence no legal malpractice. The Comment.... [Read More]

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