We’re proud to let you know that we’re appearing in the New York Law Journal Outside Counsel Column with an article about the unique attorney-judgment rule, and how it affects legal malpractice litigation.  Here is an excerpt:

“Society relies on professionals to guide, to treat, to represent and to know. We place an extraordinary amount of trust in their advice. The first lesson to be learned from medical self-diagnosis on the Internet is that a little knowledge can be very dangerous. The same is true of researching and handling even common legal issues. There are too many complications, too many exceptions, and too many potential courses of conduct for the ordinary mortal to wade through.”