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Daniel J. Siegel of Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel. Courtesy photo Daniel J. Siegel of Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel. Courtesy photo

Lawyers interact with each other every day. It is a natural consequence of those interactions that in some instances lawyers develop close relationships with their colleagues. In and of itself that is not a problem. But in some instances, how close the relationship is can create problems, either potential or real.

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