On August 10th, my lawyer send myself an the opposing attorney a proposed judgment to look over. My attorney is asking the opposing attorney when can we meet to have a four way meeting to resolve a profit issue between myself and he opposition. I have also asked my attorney some concerns I had with some numbers he had put in the judgment since my figures are different than his and I am trying to figure how he came up with these figures. I sent him three request and even his assistant two request via e-mail and I have heard nothing and remember this was sent on the 10th so we are going on tow weeks here. If my attorney is not responding to what I regard as an important issue, what should I do because I feel nobody can be that busy for two weeks not to respond to questions this.
Your next move is to call your attorney. Perhaps your attorney is on vacation or perhaps he is still negotiating with opposing counsel on your behalf or waiting for a response from opposing counsel. Good luck.
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