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NJICLE 2016 Legal Malpractice Update

Location: 
New Jersey Law Center 1 Constitution Sq. , New Brunswick, NJ
Date/Time: 
Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 9:00am to 12:45pm

Every year, an increasing number of New Jersey attorneys find themselves facing ethical issues - often without realizing they were inadvertently in violation.

Don’t become another statistic - learn everything you need to know to effectively avoid and protect against legal malpractice in 2016.

As litigation against lawyers and their misfeasance continues to occur, the body of law pertaining to this area continues to develop. At this year’s program, our panel will discuss attorney liability to third parties, the impact of the RPCs on legal malpractice claims, tips for avoiding legal malpractice claims, and will also include a legal malpractice mediation demonstration. What you learn will help you to protect both yourself and others from potentially damaging malpractice claims.

The Legal Malpractice Update takes place on March 19th at the New Jersey Constitution Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ featuring John (Jack) Slimm of the Cherry Hill office hosting the Mock Mediation.

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