Case A: Lawyer M receives a call from a client who is looking for someone who will advance monies on the security of a mortgage. The lawyer gives the client the name, address and phone of a person who, lawyer M believes, does on occasion lend money on the security of a mortgage. Later, the… Read More »Categories: Areas of Law, LAWPRO policy, Real Estate
Welcome to the practicePRO program
The practicePRO program provides risk management, claims prevention and law practice management information to Ontario lawyers. Our resources, precedents and checklists will help you take proactive steps to avoid a legal malpractice claim, and show you how to grow a successful and thriving law practice.
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This is my last editorial for LawPRO Magazine. After 10 years as CEO it is time for me to retire from LAWPRO. The title of CEO comes with a certain reputation. One knows that opportunities for growth and development will be offered but also great expectations will need to be met. I faced both to… Read More »Categories: 2018 May Year in Review 2017, Articles, Content Type, LAWPRO Magazine
As a young litigator in Niagara more than two decades ago, I had to report my first claim to LPIC (as it was then known). I remember my feelings like it was yesterday. It was a simple and preventable error – missing a notice period on a slip and fall. I felt embarrassed. I felt… Read More »Categories: 2018 May Year in Review 2017, Articles, Content Type, Editorials, LAWPRO Magazine, LAWPRO Magazine Article Type
A. Net premiums: $108.5 million LAWPRO net earned premiums in 2017 w ere $108.5 million. As expected, premiums from the mandatory insurance program were considerably lower than in 2016 ($115.8 million) following a reduction in the annual base premium from $3,350 to $2,950. Nevertheless, they were still higher than the amount budgeted for the year… Read More »Categories: 2018 May Year in Review 2017, Articles, Content Type, LAWPRO Magazine, LAWPRO Magazine Article Type, Year in Review