Does Your Attorney Exercise “Billing Judgment?”

Why A Simple Review of a Bill Before It Goes Out Is Not Only A Fundamental Ethical & Legal Duty, It Is Also Good Business Sense 

It seems so simple.  All an attorney has to do before a legal bill goes out is to review it for accuracy and make any necessary changes.  In fact, the ABA Task Force on Lawyer Business Ethics in its Lawyer’s Responsibility in Preparation of Invoices very succinctly tells attorneys that “The lawyer responsible for billing should review each invoice to ensure, prior to sending an invoice to a client, that the invoice is reviewed for accuracy.”

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One thought on “Does Your Attorney Exercise “Billing Judgment?”

  1. Pingback: Billing Judgment: The Most Important Factor to a Fair Legal Bill « The Last Honest Lawyer

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