legal representation

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: representation - personal representation that has legal status; "an person who has been declared incompetent should have legal representation"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
delegacy, representation, agency - the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent
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Hiring an attorney does not mean you are guilty' or did anything wrong !-- -- Dear Attorney Gurfinkel: I've been told by friends that having an attorney handle your immigration case is a sign that you are "guilty" or not entitled to the immigration benefit.
When you elect an attorney general, you're not just hiring an attorney. You're hiring an attorney to exercise judgment when there isn't clarity about the law, or to advise you on matters and how to proceed.
"Anyone interested in hiring an attorney is encouraged to check that person's standing and registration with the Office of Court Administration," she added
We do this by offering services that cut the cost for expenses normally incurred by hiring an attorney. We provide the following services: artist development, management, publicity, marketing, music publishing, royalties, contract negotiation, booking, and radio promotion.
None of the attorneys on the panel graduated from Ivy League law schools.<br />"I'm looking for work ethic and a history of work ethic," Wittlin said.<br />He asks job candidates to talk about jobs they had in high school and college.<br />"If somebody is 24 years old and says this will be the first job I've ever had it's probably not the right person," Wittlin said.<br />When hiring an attorney with some experience from another firm, Philip G.
If the federal statute requiring such freezing is deemed unconstitutional in the Luis case, similar state laws may be deemed unconstitutional if they freeze assets against any type of use, including hiring an attorney.
Still, hiring an attorney can be a daunting task for a small business owner.
"Although some businesses ignore such shakedowns, others choose to pay up because it is cheaper than hiring an attorney to evaluate the claim," she said.
The author also gives advice on hiring an attorney and getting the most out of attorney office visits.
Avoid hiring an attorney: Only hire an attorney when you have no better option.
There are no obstacles to hiring an attorney to defend him," the envoy added.
If it appears the employee may be a target of the investigation, counsel should add that the employee should consider hiring an attorney and a third party should participate in the conversation.