Most law firms are small, operate locally and earn a large portion of their revenue from a few customers. Increased tax code and business regulation complexity will drive the demand for legal services over the next decade. A more complex business environment is also forcing firms into greater specialization. If you are an attorney, you undoubtedly have private customer information on file, which puts you at risk for employee theft and data breach. It is imperative to have the proper coverage to make sure you are covered for the various types of losses that could, and do, occur every day. We have a wide range of companies we can approach for this type of exposure, and will work hard to see that you have the coverage you need.

An in-house attorney for a company drafted a contract between the company and client. Years later, the attorney was sued by the client. The client alleged that the attorney did not advise them that he was a corporate lawyer representing the company and, therefore, he had a conflict of interest when the contract was drafted. Client demanded nearly $2M in damages.

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