The dishonest client can cost your company more than just money.
In the field of law, dealing with a dishonest client takes on an entirely new meaning because of the potential liability that the lawyer takes on simply by choosing to represent that person. If a client or a third party that is associated with a client misrepresents a position, you need to make sure that it does not negatively affect your practice. Even if you are able to protect yourself from the fallout of that particular case, your reputation may become entangled with that client so thoroughly that you cannot get any other work in the industries that would otherwise be your bread and butter. This white paper includes a few of the strategies that you can employ when you are trying to deal with a dishonest client, with a special emphasis on the field of law.
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