This Month's Tip

November

November

How to best use multiple Attorneys

Do you have an Attorney? Selecting an attorney is not just about winning a claim or terminating another?s abuse efficiently. It is also about being able to work with your attorney comfortably and efficiently, as a consequence of both compatibility and your attorney developing a detailed knowledge of how your business operates, your changing needs over the years, and the kind of sincere concern and care that comes with that knowledge and long-term relationship. Often times, clients will have their long-term attorney liaison with attorneys in other specialties as the need arises, rather than the client do so directly, as the necessary exchange of information usually happens far more efficiently between attorneys, and new counsel can often be more efficiently monitored by your attorney. For example, if you already have an attorney, our Employment attorney can assist your attorney with specialized employment questions in a more efficient manner than if your attorney were to research a new area of the law which s/he is not familiar. The specialized attorney can provide the benefit of his/her knowledge of employment and labor issues and cases previously handled.


Each Month we will provide a Legal related "Tip" on various subjects.  While these tips cannot take the place of legal advise from attorney, as they are general in nature, they will provide you with some information to review and consider whether you may need to seek legal advise, based on your particular situation.  

 

*This information is not intended as legal advice.  Please see our Disclaimer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRITZ LAW OFFICES

Each Month we will provide a Legal related
"Tip*" on various subjects.  While these tips cannot take the place of legal advise from attorney, as they are general in nature, they will provide you with some information to review and consider whether you may need to seek legal advise, based on your particular situation.  

*This information is not intended as legal advice.  Please see our Disclaimer.