Thursday, July 27, 2006

Ethics Question

The Wall Street Journal Law Blog has an ethics question for lawyers:

You are taking a three-hour plane trip from Miami to New York to conduct a deposition in a matter involving client A. While on the plane, you spend the whole trip reviewing materials for a brief you will be filing for client B the following week. You normally bill clients for your time spent traveling on their behalf.

Can you bill each client for three hours?

Read their answer here.

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