With the closure of courts and law offices across the U.S. and the attendant rise in remote work—not to mention a dip in demand for many lawyers—came a host of new risks for mistakes, malfeasance and just plain poor decision-making, all of which helped lay fertile ground for legal malpractice claims. Here’s a look back at what experts had to say about the heightened dangers for lawyers during this strange, but not altogether unprecedented, year.