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Professional Indemnity Claims - Learning From the Past

It is some 10 years since my firm first published a guide to the avoidance of professional indemnity claims. That guide took the form of a set of notes distilled from the experience of our clients and of the problems they had encountered. We have updated that original paper from time to time, and its latest version now reads as follows: M. Griffiths