Publication
January 13, 2014

In this article, Jenner & Block Partner Robert L. Byman offers guidance to attorneys worried they may have committed malpractice.  Bob reviews three “basic concepts” to consider in the aftermath of a real (or perceived) mistake.  Ultimately, he observes that “if you think you have screwed up, seek counsel.  By all means, inform and advise the firm. But you and your firm had best keep the client’s interest paramount.  Think long and hard before you look for ways not to tell your client everything.”