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Georgia Legal Malpractice Law

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Georgia Legal Malpractice Law addresses both the fabric of Georgia legal malpractice law and the cases and issues confronting attorneys, including effective claim prevention and loss avoidance.

Georgia Legal Malpractice Law addresses both the fabric of Georgia legal malpractice law and the cases and issues confronting attorneys, including effective claim prevention and loss avoidance. Since the first edition of this book was released, the Georgia Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals of Georgia have heard a steady stream of important new cases refining and, in some cases, revising the duties, responsibilities, liabilities and obligations of Georgia attorneys. Hence, this book addresses those changes in the context of these three parts:

Part One: Legal Malpractice Law and Defenses
Part Two: Legal Malpractice Prevention
Part Three: Insurance and Loss Avoidance

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SKU GAML9
Division Name Daily Report
Volumes 0
Product Types Books
Brand Daily Report (GA)
Publication Date May 28, 2020
Jurisdiction Georgia
ISBN 978-1-58852-414-0
Page Count 460
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Alanna G. Clair

Alanna G. Clair is a partner at Dentons US LLP. Her practice focuses on professional liability and law firm defense, as well as the defense of insurers through coverage or bad faith litigation. Alanna is currently the co-chair of the Attorneys’ Liability Subcommittee of the ABA’s Professional Liability Litigation Section, which focuses on issues unique to litigators who prosecute or defend claims against attorneys and other professionals, and is also a member of the CLE Committee for the ABA’s Center for Professional Responsibility. She writes and lectures frequently on issues of professional liability. She was also the co-author of The Lawyer’s Handbook: Ethics Compliance and Claim Avoidance (1st ed. 2013).

Shari L. Klevens

Shari L. Klevens is a partner and is the Deputy General Counsel at the law firm of McKenna Long & Aldridge. She represents lawyers and law firms in the defense of legal malpractice claims and advises and counsels lawyers concerning claims for malpractice, ethical violations, and breaches of duty. Shari is the Practice Group Leader for McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP’s Law Firm Practice Group and is a frequent writer and lecturer on issues related to legal malpractice. Shari also litigates complex commercial cases in state and federal courts across the country. She has authored or co-authored two other books: Georgia Legal Malpractice Law (ALM 2014) and The Lawyer’s Handbook: Ethics Compliance and Claim Avoidance (ALM 2013). Shari is a member of the ABA’s Standing Committee on Lawyer’s Professional Liability.

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