Attorneys must not only be vigilant in the performance of their obligations to those who are undisputedly their clients, but also to any others who they know are, or who foreseeably could be, relying on the attorney's work, representations or promises to take specific action.
Attorney Obligations to Nonclients
New Jersey Law Journal
January 17, 2013
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