Matthew A. Feigin
Problems can arise for attorneys and their clients when a lawyer consults with a third party but ultimately is not retained. As the author discussed in Parts One and Two of this article, communication with such a potential client might disqualify the lawyer from representing his or her current client. Following are his six tips for avoiding this problem.
Lynne Strober and Elisabete M. Rocha
Last month, the authors described some of the challenges unique to representing a professional athlete or his or her spouse or child in family matters. Some of the issues touched upon included pre-nuptial agreements, alimony and child support. The discussion concludes herein.
Columns & Departments
In-depth analysis of two important rulings.