Whatever bad happens, there is always someone willing to sue.
1. Always hire a wealthy lawyer.
2. Never buy from a wealthy merchant.
If a lawyer says: "I am dear," you can trust him.
No successful lawyer in any way answers the phone himself.
The qualifications of a particular lawyer are more important than his qualifications in the case.
There is nothing more cynical in jurisprudence than relying on the honest intentions and goodwill of the lawyers involved in the case.
It rarely happens that your lawyer is interested in settling a case.
The subpoena calling you to sit on a jury comes just when you don't have the slightest excuse to get out of it.
The insurance covers everything except what actually happens.
Trust only those who will suffer no less than you if things go wrong.
The solution to the problem is to find those who are able to solve it.
The accused has the right to a fair trial in court, but not ideal.
Nothing is so small that it cannot be inflated to an unimaginable size.
When the problem goes away, the people who worked to solve it stay.
The time it takes to correct a situation is inversely proportional to the time it took to cause it.
Inside every big problem is a little one that is struggling to get out.
Inside every little problem is a bigger one that struggles to get out.
It is human nature to make mistakes, but it is even more common for him to shift the blame onto someone else.
Always have your lawyer write the first draft of the contract.
Never sign a contract written by the other party's attorney.
The man who can smile when things go wrong just figured out who to blame.
1. If you come to a business date in advance, it will be canceled.
2. If you're overwhelmed to be on time, you have to wait.
3. If you are late, show up too late.
Never trust a lawyer who says he whipped up some paper a couple of minutes ago.
The more often a client changes lawyers, the worse and more complicated his case becomes.
Never let your lawyer find out how much money you have.