After California Bar leaders announced last year that they might require lawyers to tell clients if they don’t carry malpractice insurance, complaints began pouring in.
Some attorneys said the financial costs could drive them out of business. Others worried about encouraging malpractice suits by their own clients. And many felt attorneys who disclose a lack of insurance would be unfairly branded as less professional.
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