John A. Day, in his Day on Torts reports on a Legal Malpractice case in which the attorney was defendant’s attorney in a ladder product liability case. The interesting point of his blog is that the focus of legal malpractice actions has veered away from simple blown statutes of limitation to questions of trial witnesses, use of evidence and the quality of cross-examination. These questions have traditionally been seen as “stragegy” issues, and presumably not subject to legal malpractice analysis. His take? More and more cases are being brought in the legal malpractice strategy/trial questions area, and will continue. Details.