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Trump Comments Highlight Need for a Plan When Clients Go Rogue

March 20, 2017, The National Law Journal

Ben Razi is quoted by The National Law Journal in an article about clients who make bold, public statements and how they can impact litigation. According to Razi, it's crucial to be aware of any and all public statements a client made before taking a litigation position. He adds that if lawyers aren't aware of every word, they risk "taking a position that's undermined in some way."

Razi also says not to be discouraged if a client says something ominous. "It is also most often true that when clients say things … those statements can be dealt with and can be reconciled and explained and made sense of," he says. "Context is important."


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