We’re proud to present an article in today’s Outside Counsel Column in the New York Law Journal about legal malpractice.

When we speak of legal malpractice, generally the discussion is rooted on a “departure” from good practice.  The missed deadline, the rejected brief, the failure to appear in court, the missed argument.  However, departure is only the first of four elements of legal malpractice.  The real battle is in the “but for” arena, where little discussion takes place.

The article is in today’s NYLJ.