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How to Build Trust With Other Attorneys

The whole point of the attorney-client privilege is that clients should be able to trust lawyers with their secrets. So why should it be hard for attorneys to trust other lawyers? Yet sometimes it seems impossible to have a trusting relationship, whether it is an opposing counsel, a partner,......
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