By Professor Nancy Rapoport
A bankruptcy lawyer’s day is often very, very busy, and sometimes people are tempted to skip some good management techniques in order to deal with the pace of practice. In In re T.H., 529 B.R. 112 (2015), the failure to document conversations between a lawyer and his client (and to obtain a “wet” signature) ended up being a very bad idea.
The case is an interesting read,1 but it boils down to having regularly kept documents in order to avoid a lot . . .
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