Monday, November 20, 2006

Firm Conflicts Checking Is No 'Prosaic' Chore

That is the conclusion and advice yesterday of lawyer-blogger Bruce MacEwan, on his Adam Smith, Esq., based on recent cases involving big firm cost and embarrassment.  "[T]he notoriety of even an alleged conflicts offense is something no one needs."  He also mentions and links software aids for conflicts checks, but thinks they don't substitute for judgment and strategic questions.  [Alan Childress]

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