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When It Comes to Referrals, Keep Your Terrible Clients to Yourself, Please

Here's some simple advice: when you're considering referring a client to other attorneys, keep your worst ones to yourself. If your client has a week case, is difficult to work with, or has a tendency to struggle with timely payment, few attorneys would want you to send them their......
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