Question: Situations such as lawyers engaging in business transactions with their
Situations such as lawyers engaging in business transactions with their clients or limiting their liability with their clients call for the lawyer to advise the client about the propriety of seeking independent representation before moving forward. Why is it, however, that such advice could be of little value?
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