Andrew Lavoott Bluestone, an attorney specializing in legal malpractice litigation, writes that all too often, attorney defendants are directed not to answer "expert" questions put to them. This is defendant's default deposition position. But the common belief that a defendant attorney need only give factual answers is misplaced.
Deposing the Defendant Attorney in a Legal Malpractice Case
New York Law Journal
June 13, 2013