Legal professionals face increasing risk of civil liability, criminal liability, and ethics charges.

In matters of complex professional liability or ethics claims, our attorneys understand the sensitivity of the issues and are well suited to provide sophisticated counsel. We recognize that these matters have much more at stake than money, and that a professional's most valued asset is his or her reputation.

We understand the ethical and legal issues associated with professional liability. We have extensive litigation and alternative dispute resolution experience, and often counsel clients on the best options in negotiations with regulatory counsel, settlement, or trial. We also understand the intricate relationships in attorney professional negligence claims, including those between insurer, lawyers, and clients.

Our professional liability attorneys regularly represent professionals in malpractice actions, other civil and criminal actions, and ethical and regulatory proceedings. We counsel lawyers on wide-ranging practice and ethical matters, and at times serve as experts on standard of care. In any matter, our attorneys understand the delicate issues and sensitivities at hand. We work with clients to minimize potential impacts on their clients, practices, and reputations.

Benchmark Litigation "Firm of the Year" in WY 2018

Named 2018 “Firm of the Year” in WY by Benchmark Litigation. Firm-wide, 20 attorneys named “local litigation stars” or “future stars.” The firm was also honored for being “highly recommended” in CO, ID, NV, UT, and WY

BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

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