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September 27, 2004

alternative billing: how soon they forget

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:42 pm


don't forget tackone-breath pundit  [with update]










Update (Sept. 28, 2004):  Maybe this forgetfulness is more Pope [ “Those oft are stratagems which errors seem, Nor is it Homer nods, but we that dream”] than Horace.  Dennis Kennedy isn’t accepting my trackback pings from this post.  Let us (and Dennis) know whether you find our treatment “useful.”

 

 
Update (Sept. 30, 2004):  In response to this post, Dennis Kennedy was kind enough yesterday to email me a lengthy explanation for the decision not to include any items from ethicalEsq in the list compiled for  Law Practice Today.   I want to clarify that my reason for wanting this weblog to be included on the LPT link list is the different perspective it brings to the topic of alternative or value billing, as compared

to the cheerleading found in virtually all other materials — which do not tend to deal with legal ethics or reducing legal fees.  Although I did not find Dennis’ explanation to be fully satisfactory, I must note that the Trackback problem at Dennis’ site has been (more than) remedied — thanks, DMK!

 

 

cuckoo
what did you forget?
retracing steps

 

                         

 Issa, translated by David G. Lanoue 

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