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When A Solo Dies (access required)

Nobody likes to think about it, but it’s a fact of life: People young as well as old die or become disabled unexpectedly. If that happens to a solo lawyer, what will happen to his or her practice? Too often, ...

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A Letter to Clients (access required)

The American National Lawyers Insurance Reciprocal has provided the text of a letter that an executor can send to clients of a deceased solo practitioner: Dear [Client’s name]: I am writing to you as the administrator of [attorney], who passed ...

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The High-Low Agreement (access required)

You’ve got a case that could be a big winner. Damages are high. But establishing liability is iffy. Your client is nervous about paying all the doctors and the costs of the trial. It may be time for a high-low ...

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Lawyers In The News – 2/28/2000 (access required)

Roanoke attorneys Bruce R. Larson and John Farrington have joined the law firm of Flippin, Densmore, Morse, Rutherford & Jessee as principals. Larson practices in the area of business immigration law and Farrington specializes in labor, employment and human resources ...

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