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How Automated Calendaring Can Limit Malpractice Risk

Calendar management continues to be a major source of anxiety among legal professionals — with good reason. Calendar-related errors are the leading cause of malpractice actions against lawyers, accounting for more than a full third of all malpractice claims. Missed deadlines, filing dates, and court appearances attributed either to procrastination, failure to maintain an up-to-date calendar, or user error when adding calendar entries can be incredibly costly for law firms, with the average malpractice claim in the some states costing as high as $100,000. Malpractice claims hit small firms particularly hard — according to the most recent Profile of Legal Malpractice Claims study prepared the ABA Standing Committee on Lawyers' Professional Responsibility, more than 70 percent of all claims are filed against firms with five or fewer attorneys. ... READ THE REST

Originally published March 30, 2015
Last updated October 16, 2018
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