Florida Legal Malpractice and Attorney Ethics is the “go-to?G% authority on professional responsibility in Florida. The authors?Gvtrial attorney Warren R. Trazenfeld and law professors Timothy P. Chinaris and Robert M. Jarvis?Gvprovide a highly useful overview of the field and a ready starting point for whenever questions arise. Chapters 1-13 focus on legal malpractice actions, including prerequisites for suit, defenses, damages, and the use of expert witnesses. Also included is a primer on malpractice insurance policies and a best practices guide for avoiding legal malpractice claims. Chapters 14-26 discuss a lawyer?GVs ethical obligations. In addition to parsing the history, text, and application of the Florida Supreme Court?GVs rules, the authors provide a detailed look at the Bar?GVs disciplinary system. Written in clear, concise prose and exhaustively footnoted, this practical work includes a comprehensive index, table of cases, table of rules and statutes, and a variety of forms.