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“You want to spur compliance without inflaming the situation,” says Matthew J. Bialick, an attorney with Hellmuth & Johnson who often works on behalf of creditors. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)
“You want to spur compliance without inflaming the situation,” says Matthew J. Bialick, an attorney with Hellmuth & Johnson who often works on behalf of creditors. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)

Solo Practice: How to avoid getting burned by deadbeats

Almost every lawyer at every level faces it sooner or later: the client who ignores fee due dates, makes excuses for not paying or simply ignores your repeated requests for payment. Solo lawyers might be more susceptible to this problem, simply because they don’t have access to the kinds of collections facilities a bigger firm ...

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