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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
2013 Scheduled Live Courses

Just Ethics Series

Malpractice In the Context of Transactional Work
Michael Sean Quinn
Law Firm of Michael Sean Quinn

Malpractice lawsuits against lawyers arise from “botched” business deals and transactions more often than for any other reason! There are more real estate filings than any other type, and if all business industries and types are grouped together, more than 50 percent of the malpractice lawsuits that are filed arise in the context of business and business transactions. Winning a malpractice case that arises in the context of transactional work might be more likely than winning one that arose as a result of litigation, but neither is guaranteed. In this interactive session of Just Ethics, Michael Sean Quinn will discuss how to recognize some of the more common danger signs that signal when a malpractice claim is imminent and ways the transactional attorney can avoid and deflect certain actions to avoid committing malpractice.

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