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Cna logoFew, if any, readers would contemplate the creation of an attorney-client relationship by reading a publication in print, via email or on a website. Has an attorney-client relationship been formed, however, regarding attorney interactions with prospective clients via law firm websites, email correspondence, social media platforms and texts or telephone calls? When should attorneys take the proactive step of disclaiming the formation of an attorney-client relationship? In this article, we will explore various interactions between attorneys and prospective clients and techniques to explain and disclaim the formation of an attorney-client relationship, when necessary.  Click here to read more.


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