Expert Opinion

You Made a Mistake—Now What?

Most attorneys instinctually try to fix a mistake. If the problem can't be fixed, the temptation is to either ignore it in hopes that it just goes away, or worse yet, fall on the sword for something that may not even constitute a recoverable claim for malpractice.

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  • paul jones

    What if the offending attorney is a public servant attorney who makes a mistake? Your suggested solutions fall apart.

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