Professional Liability Blog

Tag: Client Communications

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Stormy and the lawyers: Ethics 101

04/16/2018   |   BY Thomas F. Maffei

The Stormy Daniels-Donald Trump story has political pundits abuzz with charges and countercharges. Who is telling the truth? Is Daniels... Read More »

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Email Pitfalls in Business Transactions

10/13/2015   |   BY Sherin and Lodgen

The benefits of email communication are numerous: Emails are sent and received instantaneously. They can be read and responded to on... Read More »

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NH Begins To Articulate The Scope Of “In-House Privilege”

02/12/2015   |   BY Sherin and Lodgen

In 2013, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court gave Massachusetts law firms a clear set of rules for conducting privileged communications... Read More »

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Social Media and Spoliation – Can A Client Delete Her Facebook Posts?

09/29/2014   |   BY Sherin and Lodgen

Jurors, litigants, and their attorneys are increasingly savvy about social media.  At the same time, it seems that many people... Read More »

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Ten Carat Engagement Letters

10/07/2013   |   BY Sherin and Lodgen

“I never worry about diets. The only carrots that interest me are the number you get in a diamond.”  -Mae West Engagement rings... Read More »

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Seize the Day – Diligence as the Hallmark of Good Ethics

09/12/2013   |   BY Sherin and Lodgen

In the 1989 film Dead Poets Society, an idealistic high school teacher gives his students these words to live by:... Read More »

Lawyers Advise: Clients Decide

09/05/2013   |   BY Sherin and Lodgen

It is your job as an attorney to help your clients make smart choices.  As much as you would like... Read More »