Law360, Los Angeles (January 22, 2016, 5:52 PM EST) -- Most lawyers market themselves by focusing on the quality of their work, but in an era when clients can — and do — ask for more than just great results, attorneys also need to consider their own personalities, making sure they don't come off as bossy, robotic or indecisive and risk sabotaging their long-term relationships with clients.
No matter how competent lawyers are, their personality fits with client organizations can be the deciding factor in whether clients stick with attorneys or move on to other firms, according to general counsels and legal industry experts.
And there are a number of headache-inducing personality types...
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