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Proving that someone is guilty of malpractice can be very difficult. From a professional perspective, the stakes could not be higher for someone accused of malpractice. If you think that your attorney is guilty of “improper or immoral conduct in the performance of duties, done either intentionally or through carelessness or ignorance,” then you may […]

Federal prosecutors have asked a court to permanently disbar a St. Louis attorney who has been sued by some of his former clients for legal malpractice for promoting allegedly fraudulent tax schemes. The lawyer is one of many tax preparers across the country facing federal charges brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. Federal prosecutors […] reports that a long-standing legal malpractice case against a Seattle-based law firm has been given a new lease on life by the California 2nd District Court of Appeals. The Los Angeles court came to the decision on April 22, 2009, reinstating a lawsuit against the law firm of Perkins Coie. The legal malpractice lawsuit […]

The California Bar Journal reports that the State Bar of California has effectively shut down the offices of Orange County attorney, Mitchell Roth. Roth, whose practice was recently expanded to include foreclosures, was hospitalized in January and was therefore unable to provide adequate representation to a large influx of approximately 2000 foreclosure clients. Citing concerns […]