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“It’s not about the money.” It’s a phrase uttered emphatically by clients across genres of conflict. Do clients mean it? Parties commonly litigate over money, corporate control, or intellectual property ownership. But sometimes, these concrete concerns are proxy wars for squandered trust, disjointed communication, or broken friendships.
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