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Texas Legal Malpractice Update - September, 2002



Provided By: Texas Lawyer

Approved for CLE credit in: AK,AZ,CA,ME,MO,ND,NY,TX

This one hour and forty-seven minute streaming video seminar is provided by Texas Lawyer, an American Lawyer Media publication.

Featuring Charles Herring Jr. of Herring & Irwin, this program provides an essential update on Texas legal malpractice and discipline issues. Mr. Herring is an experienced litigator and expert who has intensively studied the quirks of legal malpractice and lawyer discipline in Texas, including the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. He has published extensively and has worked with malpractice carriers to devise programs of risk avoidance. Mr. Herring's most recent publication is Texas Legal Malpractice and Lawyer Discipline, 3rd edition, published by Texas Lawyer.


Topics discussed in this program include:

  • Burrow v. Arce and lessons learned from post-Arce cases
  • Conflicts of interest and disqualification
  • Negligent misrepresentation
  • Permissibility of attorney screening

CLE Credit Information

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This program is has been approved for credit in AK,AZ,CA,ME,MO,ND,NY,TX

Experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

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Panelist Biographies

CharlesHerring Jr.

Herring & Irwin

Charles Herring Jr. is the founding partner of Herring & Irwin, L.L.P. in Austin and is a practicing lawyer who chaired the Texas State Bar's Special Committee on Malpractice Prevention and has worked with malpractice carriers to devise programs of risk avoidance.

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Texas Legal Malpractice Update - September, 2002



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