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Part One: Legal Malpractice Law and Defenses
Part Two: Legal Malpractice Prevention
Part Three: Insurance and Loss Avoidance
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Table of contents
PART I LEGAL MALPRACTICE LAW AND DEFENSES
Chapter 1: Legal Elements of a Claim
Chapter 2: Additional Requirements for a Malpractice Claim
Chapter 3: Liability for or in Conjunction With the Conduct of Others
Chapter 4: Defenses to Legal Malpractice Claims
PART II LEGAL MALPRACTICE PREVENTION
Chapter 5: Structuring a Law Firm Under Georgia Law
Chapter 6: Internal Audit
Chapter 7: Identifying and Resolving Conflicts of Interest
Chapter 8: Email & Attorney Marketing: New Issues in the Practice of Law in the 21st Century
Chapter 9: Jury Selection and Persuasion: Ethics for the Trial Practitioner
Chapter 10: Sanctions
PART III INSURANCE AND LOSS AVOIDANCE
Chapter 11: Purchasing Legal Malpractice Insurance
Chapter 12: The Tripartite Relationship
Chapter 13: Handling a Claim: Four Steps for Attorneys Who Discover an Error or Receive a Legal Malpractice Claim
Table of Cases