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February 25, 2004


Eric Dixon

Clients no doubt want their attorneys to be efficient. But there often are many contingencies in deals which are not "trivial," and can have major importance to a client. As the real value of an attorney is in protecting a client, the attorney needs to be able to take the time to do a comprehensive, thorough job.

Of course, this does not mean "padding the bill" or being inefficient. It does mean that the experienced attorney who can do a job or draft an agreement much more quickly and effectively has a great advantage in competing for business.

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