How Courts Define the Professional Standard of Care

From the 2013 Professional Risk Symposium session “The Professional Services Definition in Real Life” David M Schoeggl, Esq., with Mills Meyers Swartling looks at how the courts typically define professional standard of care in negative terms.

PLUS members can view this entire session in the multimedia library on the PLUS website.

Session panelists not featured in this clip: Jim K McCarthy (Westrope), Valerie M. McDonald (AXIS Insurance), and Gretchen G. Sayers (Specialty Global)

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