Without question, having templates is handy. They streamline routine procedures and ensure important information is captured and communicated consistently. That peace of mind is a welcome relief to attorneys. But every now and then, the templates need a tune-up to account for changes in procedure or the law. Your client engagement letter needs this, too.
This month’s TAPAs will offer up tips to ensure your client engagement letter is up-to-date, protecting both you and your clients.
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