Minneapolis Business Litigation Attorney Michael Glover discusses working with his clients.
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It’s the trust relationship going both ways between the attorney and the client. If the attorney can’t be trusted by the client, then you can’t get anything done and you can’t get any work done, and you can’t what’s best for the client. Likewise, if the attorney doesn’t trust the client to tell him the straight story to give him all the facts that he needs, then the attorney is left guessing what is really in the client’s best interest. And if the client can’t tell you, or if you don’t believe what the client is telling you, you may guess wrong and there could be serious consequences as a result.