It's not uncommon for lawyers to need a bit of legal advice from time to time, and, unless we're lucky, when we turn to our colleagues we get a bit of short but painfully true advice, usually in five words or less.
And when you're on the other side of that call for some legal advice from a fellow practitioner, you might wish you knew more of those quick, simple, this-is-all-I'm-going-to-say-about-that, canned language you can use. Lucky for you, below, you'll find a shortlist of some of our favorites that you can simply preface with, "This is all I'm going to say about this."
When Asked for Tax Advice
When Asked About Difficult Clients
When Asked About Difficult Opposing Counsel
When Asked About Various Strategies
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