A new Massachusetts regulation requiring attorneys to divulge whether they carry malpractice insurance raises questions about the burden on solo practitioners and small firms.

The Bay State will join roughly one-third of other states requiring professional liability insurance disclosure when the new rule kicks in on Sept. 1. The American Bar Association adopted a model rule favoring insurance disclosure about two years ago. So far, only Oregon requires lawyers to carry insurance coverage.

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