There’s no avoiding the reality that your law firm’s actions and perceived ethics today are judged constantly by your clients and stakeholders. At some point, one legal professional in 800 is likely to make a big mistake or break a law.

Even when unintentional or misinterpreted, these incidents create doubt and diminish trust—and are often trumpeted far and wide, presenting a threat to your firm’s performance and reputation.

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