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Jason Lysandrides
Commercial & IP Partner with Global Experience
Asked a question 2 years ago

Which one of the following do you think is the LEAST important for clients when generally instructing a lawyer?

Deb Feder
For clarity--I think clients know their deadline and know what the do (or most likely do not) want to spend. They assume quality and spend the least amount of time describing it. It is the lawyer's job to clarify all 3 before jumping in. Working off assumptions leads to disputes over fees and breaks down the relationship with the client, even if they don't bring it up.
Alexandru Măglaș
I think it is impossible to establish which one is primus inter pares and which one is ultimus inter pares.

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