Taste Test

To better serve clients, it may be important for us to move to the other side of the desk. If the results of our decisions impacted our own family members, would we do things differently? Would we, in fact, eat our own cooking? Early in my career, I realized that many lawyers don't even taste what they're cooking up. My wife and I were invited to a social event at the home of a partner in a trusts

To better serve clients, it may be important for us to move to the other side of the desk. If the results of our decisions impacted our own family members, would we do things differently? Would we, in fact, eat our own cooking?

Early in my career, I realized that many lawyers don't even taste what they're cooking up. My wife and I were invited to a social event at the home of a partner in a trusts and estates firm that had just opened shop in upstate New York. During dinner, I remarke

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