Tag: Client Communications

Stormy and the lawyers: Ethics 101

By Thomas F. Maffei on April 16, 2018
A wooden gavel, a justice scale, and books in focus with a blurry background.

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

Email Pitfalls in Business Transactions

By Jessica Gray Kelly on October 13, 2015
Close up on Microsoft Outlook.

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

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

By Sherin and Lodgen on February 12, 2015
a group of men from birdeyes view at a meeting

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

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

By Sherin and Lodgen on September 29, 2014
a laptop on fire

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

Ten Carat Engagement Letters

By Sherin and Lodgen on October 7, 2013
One sparkling diamond on a white background

“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 »

Seize the Day – Diligence as the Hallmark of Good Ethics

By on September 12, 2013
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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

By Sherin and Lodgen on September 5, 2013

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