You are a member of an organization that holds quarterly dinner meetings with a speaker. You look at your calendar and realize the next meeting is Wednesday night — drat! But, dutifully, you show up just in time to sit down for the meal, chitchat briefly with the people to your right and left before the speaker starts his address, and then sneak out during the applause. If you are like most lawyers, you will give yourself credit for going. In my book, however, you get a failing grade. ... READ MOREOriginally published October 22, 2013
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