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January 10, 2006

Just Drop Off the Key, Lee: "When To Fire A Client".

Here's a great self-explanatory post by Tom Kane of The Legal Marketing Blog. We tell clients who are potential defendants that it's better to have "no lawsuit" against them than to have a "slam-dunk defense". That's obvious. By the same token, it's better to have "no client" than the wrong one. Sometimes not so obvious?

Posted by JD Hull at January 10, 2006 04:23 PM


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