Legal Malpractice: What You Need to Know About to Avoid Being Sued
Today’s busy attorney typically works under time pressure, and on a number of matters simultaneously. During her working week, she may handle multiple cases involving different clients, evidence issues and deadlines. Litigation is becoming more complex – both in terms of cases and legal issues, – the small simple quickly handled personal injury case is becoming an anachronism.
- We will discuss what the law of legal malpractice is, how to recognize it, how to avoid committing it.
- We will touch on common situations that are ripe with risk, and what to do if you come across one.
Attendees will walk away with a better knowledge of practical things that they can do to protect themselves.
Kevin M. Sullivan, Esq. J.D. CSLM
Law Offices of Kevin M. Sullivan
Kevin Is A California Licensed Attorney since 1986, With Extensive Defense And Plaintiff’s Legal Malpractice Experience. His practice Emphasizes Plaintiff’s Legal Malpractice, Breach Of Fiduciary Duty And Fee Disputes. He Represents Individuals, Small Business, And Others Who Have Been Injured By Attorneys’ Professional Negligence, Breach Of Fiduciary Duty, Or Fee And Billing Improprieties. In Addition To Legal Malpractice, He Handles Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Personal Injury And Wrongful Death, And Real Estate Cases. He Has Represented Clients In State And Federal Courts
He Is Certified As A Specialist In Legal Malpractice By The State Bar Of California And Has Taught Continuing Legal Education Since 1990. He Has His Juris Doctorate From University Of San Francisco School Of Law. He Was The Legal Intern For The Hon. Daniel M. Hanlon When Judge Hanlon Was Presiding Judge Of The San Francisco Superior Court. He Took Advance Civil Procedure From The Hon. Ira Brown, Co-Author Of The Rudder Group “Civil Procedure Before Trial”. His Bachelor’s Degree From San Francisco State University Cum Laude, With An Emphasis In American Government And Public Law. He Interned For The Hon. Louis J. Papan, Of The California State Assembly Assisting In Research For The Drafting Of Consumer Protection Legislation
Kevin Is A Member Of The San Francisco Bar Association Ethics Committee.Published in