Recent Practice Points


A Red Line at Last: ABA Formal Opinion 489 (2019)

By Ronald C. Minkoff – January 29, 2020 | Law firms must now take care to enable that process to happen smoothly, without overreaching or coercion—or risk the consequences.

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Managing the PCAOB Formal Investigation Process

By Robert H. Cox – November 1, 2019 | A PCAOB investigation can be time-consuming and expensive, taking years through the investigation, litigation, and appeals process.

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Sound Advice Podcasts

Five New Year's Resolutions to Minimize Your Chances of Being Sued for Legal Malpractice

The new year is a natural time to look at making changes to your practice in the upcoming year. With legal malpractice claims on the rise, attorneys must take a hard look at their current procedures. Michael Leboff suggests five New Year's resolutions attorneys can adopt to minimize their chances of being sued for legal malpractice. (8:33 min.)

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Tips for Remote PCAOB Testimony

In this Sound Advice, Robert Cox offers tips regarding representation of witnesses in remote testimony conducted by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's Division of Enforcement and Investigations. (17:39 min.)

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Professional Liability Litigation

Learn how to get involved with the Professional Liability Litigation Committee and maximize your Section membership!