Now that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has, as expected, implemented Rule of Professional Conduct 1.4(c), the next step for practitioners is to figure out what they have to do to comply with the letter — and the spirit — of the state’s new regulation on legal malpractice disclosure.

Many lawyers — in particular, small firm or solo practitioners — had expressed opposition to the rule’s adoption.

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