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Posted on: Aug 20, 2014

Atlanta attorney Douglas Chandler specializes in legal malpractice, which he has has done for 15 years. Over that time, he has noticed a pattern of behaviors that most commonly result in bar complaints. In this post, he outlines those behaviors so that attorneys take care not to commit these common offenses.

Among those he lists are: failure to communicate, failing to observe conflicts of interest and letting unqualified staff give legal advice. Want to read the full list and get another attorney's comments on the tips? Check out another post on the list here.

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