Attempting to mollify critics, a California Bar committee on Thursday recommended a significant change to a proposal that would require attorneys to tell clients if they don’t carry malpractice insurance.
But one member opposed to disclosure insisted that the whole idea should be canned before the State Bar rouses the anger of California’s considerable ranks of solo practitioners and small-firm lawyers.
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