Fifty Ways to Leave Your Law FirmBy Karen J. DilibertJune 2001Column, Page 323Before you jump on the train, Jane, read about how tricky it can be to say farewell to your old firm and start or join a new one.
Nice Guys Finish Last in Wills and Estate PlanningBy Anne E. TharApril 2000Column, Page 235Confused elderly parents, estranged (and strange) children; estate-planning practice can pose serious malpractice risks for the best of lawyers. Here's what to watch for.
The Lawyer’s JournalBy Bonnie C. McGrathMarch 2000Column, Page 124Public defenders and legal malpractice; lawyers can commit UPL; and more.
Don’t Be a Sitting Duck for In-Firm TheftBy Anne E. TharFebruary 1999Column, Page 105Think the unthinkable; put safeguards in place to protect yourself from theft and embezzlement by employees and colleagues.