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Self-reporting malpractice, ethics lapse may help a lawyer (access required)

Nobody likes to admit he made a mistake - especially lawyers. But self-reporting malpractice or ethics violations can actually benefit attorneys, according to malpractice experts. Minneapolis lawyer Charles E. Lundberg recently defended an attorney who obtained a lighter penalty because he self-reported a serious error to the Minnesota state disciplinary board. In issuing its ultimate decision, the ...

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