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Start by marking Malpractice Liability In The Business Professions: A Survey Guide For Attorneys And Clients as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Not just for attorneys but of special value to their clients as well, Freedman's book guides professionals through the principles of malpractice law, and in a readable, informative way helps protect them against the risk of putting themselves into a position where a malpractice suit might be brought against them.
Professions such as abstractors of title and trade association executives, often ignored in other such books, are included here
Professions such as abstractors of title and trade association executives, often ignored in other such books, are included here. On the other hand, there is no discussion of malpractice liability of attorneys and physicians. Perhaps the author does not consider these two professions as business professions.
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This book is a valuable resource for lawyers and law students seeking to integrate their faith and professional .
This book is a valuable resource for lawyers and law students seeking to integrate their faith and professional calling at a deeper level. Michael Schutt has combined his experience as both a legal practitioner and a legal academic to expose the stumbling blocks that lead to secularization and spiritual apathy in the study and practice of law. His call for integrity through wholeness will pierce the heart of every Christian in the legal profession who is concerned about compartmentalizing work and faith. Stephen N. Bretsen, associate professor and Volkman Chair of Business and Law, Wheaton College).
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Free malpractice law information for individuals and small businesses written by lawyers but in easy to understand legal terms. This section includes legal malpractice, medical malpractice and nursing home neglect. Accident Law Bankruptcy Law Business Law Criminal Law Employment Labor Law.
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A concise, well-documented review and discussion of the exposure that lawyers and others in law-related professions have to malpractice suits against them in this malpractice crazed U.S. society. Warren Freedman makes clear that except for product liability suits, malpractice suits are the most litigated legal actions in civil matters, and points out that professionals in these fields are held to higher standards of conduct and ethics than their counterparts in many other fields. He discusses the facts and rulings in various, representative cases and, in so doing, provides lawyers and professionals in related fields with awareness of what they can and cannot do, and what the consequences can be if they behave unethically. A valuable resource for professionals, graduate students, professors of law, government officials, and civil liberties experts.