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An out of state attorney is in the middle of settlement negotiations with all defendants. The in state attorney who filed the case wants to withdraw suddenly, which will end the case. Is this legal?
answered on Jan 21, 2020
From the brief description, it looks like your attorney is appearing in Nevada courts through a motion filed by local counsel. A Nevada attorney could advise you on the specific rules of civil procedure governing such appearances by out-of-state counsel. But your post is open for a week, and time... Read more »
He call me back to convince me on the terms that I will agree.to sign.he mislead to something that didn't not take place......how can I go about this situation.
answered on Feb 16, 2017
Get a consult with another lawyer. Either you have your own lawyer then or that lawyer will tell you it wasn't as misleading as you think.
answered on Nov 21, 2013
Picking up the phone and calling the client is a perfectly acceptable way of communicating information to the client. Reasons for written communications include: 1) The lawyer wants to create a record to protect himself or herself in case the client denies the oral communication, 2) The lawyer... Read more »
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