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Posted on: Sep 27, 2018

From ALPS:

Some attorneys call it “parting ways.”  Some attorneys call it “irreconcilable differences.”  But most attorneys just call it “getting fired.” The first time it doesn’t work out with a client in the middle of a case can be pretty difficult. Here are three things to consider in this scenario.

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