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What happens when a cybersecurity event implicates a firm’s trust account? Are lawyers liable when a computer hacker steals client funds that the lawyers were safeguarding?
When an employer signals to the world that you’re The One by extending an offer, their time and effort to reach that point should be appreciated, respected and given the professional courtesy of a live response.