Law360, New York (September 7, 2017, 12:26 PM EDT) -- Law360 recently published an article by Aebra Coe titled How To Deal With Jerks In The Legal Profession. The following is a somewhat different perspective, based on many years practicing law.
First, rather than “jerks” or other pejoratives, let’s refer instead to “difficult lawyers.” There is no question that coping with difficult lawyers is one of the biggest challenges in the practice. The focus here is on dealing with counsel for adverse parties in litigation and elsewhere.
There are of course also difficult lawyers who are clients and colleagues, who present different challenges, but they are not addressed here. Suffice it...
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