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International legal malpractice in a global economy: a growing phenomenon

Submitted by Tiffany Roberts on Wed,05/09/2012
Long title
International legal malpractice in a global economy: a growing phenomenon
Author(s)
Burger, Ethan S.
Orban, Frank A
Author(s)' contact information
Ethan S Burger
Frank A Orban, III
International Legal Malpractice Advisors LLC, Washington, DC

Publication
International Bar Association Professional Ethics Committee E-Newsletter
Year
2009
Abstract
International and domestic transactions involving foreign parties present special challenges to the legal practitioner and increased risks of legal malpractice. This is especially true for transactions involving parties operating in or from countries without a well developed rule of law. Not only can it be difficult to ascertain the proper answers to legal questions, but actual practice also often deviates from official norms.
Status
Published
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