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ANDREW LAVOOTT BLUESTONE is a specialist in legal malpractice litigation. He has represented successful clients for more than 35 years as an attorney. He is Board Certified in Legal Malpractice by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. This Diplomate is earned by experience, a written test, and by the Board’s investigation and strict application process.

One of the things that distinguishes one attorney from another is a dedication to the art and academics of law. Writing scholarly articles on the law is one thing that attorneys do to help others learn about, benefit from and practice better law. When legal malpractice attorneys write academic articles, other attorneys read and try to make fewer mistakes.

Andrew Lavoott Bluestone has spent years writing about and practicing law in New York. He is an often published author and lecturer on legal malpractice issues, and has been engaged in writing about the law since 1986. Here is a list of his publications.

PUBLICATIONS

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Andrew Lavoott Bluestone has been listed in the just released ranking of law firms by U.S. News Media Group 2013
What is Professional Malpractice? 2013
Legal Malpractice Hurts2013
How do you Win a Legal Malpractice Case?2013
Professional Malpractice 2013
Civil Litigation2013
What to Say To Hire an Attorney2013
Departures or Mistakes2013
What is Proximate Cause2013
Deposing the Defendant Attorney In a Legal Malpractice CaseNew York Law Journal2013
The Attorney Judgment Rule in Legal Malpractice LitigationNew York Law Journal2013
Legal Malpractice LitigationNew York City Bar
Association Risk and
Legal Malpractice CLS
2013
Client “Satisfaction” and Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2013
Padilla Raises Issues for Legal Malpractice LitigationNew York Law Journal2012
Padilla and Legal MalpracticeNew York City Bar CLE2012
Experts in Legal Malpractice LitigationNew York Law Journal2012
Matrimonial Litigation and Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2012
The Nuts and Bolts of Legal Malpractice LitigationNew York Law Journal2011
Has the Law of Legal Malpractice Changed?New York Law Journal2011
Legal Malpractice Retaining and Charging LiensNew York Law Journal2011
Electronically Stored Information And Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2010
An Explosion of Developments In Judiciary Law § 487New York Law Journal2010
Settlements and Subsequent Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2010
Avoiding Legal Malpractice: Dismissals and their RemediesNew York Law Journal2009
The Use of Lawyer-Targeted Judiciary New York Law Journal 2009 Law 487New York Law Journal2009
Weekly ColumnLawLine.Com2008
Judgment and Strategic Decisions in Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2008
Attorney Client Privilege in Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2008
“But For” Proximate Cause and Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2008
Legal Malpractice LitigationNew York City Bar Association2007
The Defense of Collectibility in Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2007
Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2007
Legal MalpracticeLawLine.Co m2006
Statute of Limitations in Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2006
The Collateral Estoppel Trap in Legal MalpracticeNew York Law Journal2006
Client Terminates Attorney: The End Of the RelationshipNew York Law Journal2006
“Carvalho”: Deposing Attorneys as Experts in Their Own CasesNew York Law Journal2005
Legal Malpractice for LawyersPracticing Lawyers Institute2002
Legal Malpractice in the CourtroomNew York State Trial
Lawyers Institute
2000
Use and Preparation of an ExpertDefense Association of 1986 New York1986
Use of ExpertsBrooklyn Bar Association Journal1985

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