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Lawyers apologize, pay settlement in discredited litigation

In a recent media article chronicling a case of never-really-happened sexual misconduct involving movie executives and young boys, a law school professor notes the subsequently withdrawn litigation filed by a plaintiff's attorneys and terms the incident "a cautionary tale."

Do you have serious concerns regarding your lawyer's performance?

An online media primer on client-lawyer interaction states at the very outset that any person who retains legal counsel might be pondering afterwards "what to expect with regards to lawyer communication, competence, ethics, and fees."

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