“CAN SOLICITORS BE RUDE IN THEIR CORRESPONDENCE TO THE OPPOSING CLIENT”? A RECAP OF ADVICE ON CONDUCT AND COURTESY
“Can solicitors be rude in their correspondence to the opposing client.” This was a search term that led someone to this blog earlier today. We don’t know whether this search was from a solicitor proposing to be rude, or the recipient of a letter thought to be offensive. This question of courtesy (or at least the absence of rudeness) in correspondence is an issue has been discussed several times on this blog. Every sensible person cautions against rudeness. Never one to waste an opportunity to recap, here is a reminder of previous advice.
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