In our latest episode of Remotely Ethical, we discuss the risks of "hoarding" and "dabbling" by lawyers.
In this episode we address:
- What are "hoarding" and "dabbling"?
- Why do lawyers hoard and dabble?
- Why does hoarding and dabbling by lawyers increase legal malpractice liability?
- Why might lawyers be tempted to hoard or dabble in the current crisis?
- What can law firms can do to minimize the risk of hoarding and dabbling?
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"The risk of [hoarding and dabbling] of course is that mistakes get made. And when mistakes get made, clients get unhappy and they sometimes sue law firms."