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Knowing how to work with your
business lawyer will save you much time and aggravation, which
invariably translates into cost savings for you and your business.
Effective communication between you
and your lawyer is essential to a strong lawyer/client relationship.
This is a two-way process and requires the lawyer and client to provide
each other with the information necessary to reach a satisfactory
resolution of the matter.
Communication from you to your
lawyer: You should be aware that failure to volunteer all relevant
information, and to provide the lawyer with information when requested,
may have an adverse effect on the lawyer's ability to represent you. It
may also increase the lawyer's fees. Inquiries from lawyers should be
addressed promptly and completely.
Communication from your lawyer to you:
You have a right to be kept advised of the status of the case.
You and your lawyer should discuss the most effective and efficient way
for the lawyer to provide you with information. Discussion of the
following topics may be helpful:
when and how communications will take place;
what constitutes unnecessary communications
between you and the lawyer which may result in increased fees;
what preparation you should do before meeting
with or contacting the lawyer, including gathering any documents
necessary and preparing a list of any questions or concerns you
wish to discuss with the lawyer.
For more information or
to schedule an appointment with Mississauga business lawyer
Christopher Neufeld, call 905-616-8864 or email
Business Lawyer Mississauga
Mississauga Business Lawyer
Neufeld is a corporate
to practice law in both Ontario and New York State.
Christopher's legal practice focuses on business law, in particular
corporate commercial transactions. Providing legal services to the
Regional Municipality of Peel, including Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon, Streetsville,
Clarkson, Bramalea, Port Credit, Cooksville. The content of this website is purely
for informational purposes and should not be relied upon - as you should
consult a lawyer with respect to the specifics of your particular
prior to contacting us and be advised that contacting us does not create
a lawyer-client relationship. COPYRIGHT 2009-10.