The Lawyers' Lawyer Newsletter - Halloween Issue October 2016

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

TRICK OR TREAT! The editors of the Halloween edition of the Lawyers' Lawyer Newsletter invite you to enjoy frightening tales of shocking assaults by non-clients on an unsuspecting law firm; a lawyer's nail-biting escape from a disqualification motion thanks only to a less-thandiligent client; the slow motion nightmare of a lawyer's desperate and sometimes failed struggle for freedom when a client can't be contacted; and the gruesome results of an overly broad scope of engagement description. We hope these horror stories will frighten and delight just in time for All Hallows' Eve.

Trick or Treat Editors' Note: This case is a trick for lawyers who make representations to a third-party investors (and potentially other non-clients) who rely on the lawyers' representations.

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