Some clients have reportedly taken to “ghosting” their outside counsel—meaning they simply stop sending them work without formally ending the relationship. No bad review. No opportunity to make things right. Not even a goodbye.

While this phenomenon itself does not appear to be widespread, it does highlight a widely-held misconception among law firm partners: that if one of their clients is dissatisfied, they’ll hear about it before it’s too late.

The Driver:

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