What to Tell a Client When the Case Lacks Merit

When you’re hired to make an initial case evaluation, make sure you have an understanding with the client that, if you find that the case lacks merit, you won’t provide any further representation on it. A case may seem compelling to the client, but you may see a fatal flaw. Explaining this can be uncomfortable, but it’s critical that you do so in a termination letter that clearly states your position. Continue reading

What to Say When a Client Lets You Go

break(great for any design)A client may discharge you at any time and for any reason. When it happens to you, be ready to write a letter to the client confirming that the client wants no further services from you and you won’t be providing them. Actually, you may want to say a bit more than that. Continue reading

It’s Not Over Until the Withdrawal Is Filed

20130709-220621.jpgYeah! You won your case, negotiated a great settlement, or drafted a complete estate plan for your client! Think you’re all done? Not yet, there are still a couple of things you should do.

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Exiting Gracefully: The Termination Letter

exit_164611473Exits from a job can be graceful, as in Groupon CEO’s Departure Memo, or contentious. From the employer perspective, getting the termination letter right will go a long way toward protecting rights and ratcheting down emotions. Continue reading