We all have moments in our practice that we would rather forget. What follows is mine. I was an eager young associate who wanted to impress my client and the partners in the firm. We were handling a tax case that had something to do with inventory tax and the valuation of baby chicks. I had researched the IRS Tax Code, regulations, tax treaties, and IRS rulings and was confident that the IRS agent’s position was untenable. I wanted to display my legal prowess to my client, so I prepared a letter to the client explaining our superior position and the IRS agent’s incompetence.
Your Risk Management Resource Center
Attorney Alan Barnes was at the top of his game. He was 58 and had spent years building a thriving practice. His work included trusts and estates, general business, and real estate matter…
A quick glimpse at the steps to take for e-discovery in your litigation case.