Super Lawyers Magazine – From Perry Mason to The Good Wife: The Decline in Civility and Rise in Bullying in the Profession

Growing up in the 1950s and 1960s, my idea of what lawyers did and how they did it came from watching episodes of Perry Mason. Raymond Burr always seemed to solve his client’s thorniest problems with persistence and integrity. Since then, an array of television...

Reasonable Expectations: Strategies for Maintaining Client-Lawyer Relationships during Crisis

It is always important to have open lines of communication and mutual trust between clients and lawyers.  Clients are entitled to expect a high standard of conduct and responsiveness from their counsel.  When the stakes are higher during an emergency, clients will...
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