Not Checking E-Mail Costs Lawyer $35,000 from Oregon Law Practice Management

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Last month a lawyer in Philadelphia lost his right to pursue a $35,000 fee claim because he did not receive electronic notice of the scheduled arbitration. The ruling is on appeal, so there is a small chance the lawyer will ultimately be able to argue his claim. In the meantime, take heed: if you practice in e-Court, you must learn the technology.

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Beverly Michaelis
Oregon Law Practice Management

I am a Practice Management Advisor with the Oregon State Bar Professional Liability Fund (PLF). I... View Profile »


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