Was the lawyer in violation ? of attorney-client privilege/ he would not give me a contract as he said he was retained by the friend and I could not see that until he had worked his way into the cases when he was just a person of interest. then the fillings that he put in before the court were just lame objections.
the lawyer did not tell me his rate until after the forth meeting as I did ask him before and when I met him at court he ask me to sign the letters of substitution before handing over the copies of documents of which I think are false and were only made for me to see.
Employment / Labor Attorney
Could you please rephrase, focus, and repost your question? I can't understand what you are asking and the situation you are trying to describe is very unclear.
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