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Communication with our clients is one of our core values at Lawandi Legal LLC.  We are
accessible to our clients to answer questions and to provide the best possible legal advice.
However, please understand that we are an extremely busy and dynamic firm. Sometimes when
we are working on a time-sensitive assignment for our clients or preparing for a hearing or trial,
we may not be able to respond as quickly as we prefer.
Communications should generally be directed to our office’s main telephone number. Calls are
usually returned within 24 hours, but you should ask to be placed on the calendar for the attorney
assigned to your case. We prefer not to communicate with clients via social media, text
messages, or other instant messaging services.
To communicate most effectively and to protect our clients’ confidentiality, we have the
following communication policy:
We respond to client’s telephone messages and emails according to the order in which they are
received and the urgency of the matter.  We try to respond to non-emergency calls and emails
within one (1) business day.  We ask clients to leave a detailed message regarding specific
questions or concerns, as this helps us in prioritizing our calls and responses more efficiently.  If
you have an emergency issue that needs urgent attention, please contact the paralegal assigned to
your matter for expedited treatment.
We ask that you schedule an appointment in advance if you need to meet in person or by video
conference with one of our attorneys or staff members.  If you cannot attend a scheduled
appointment, please call and either cancel or reschedule your appointment as soon as possible.  If
you are late to an appointment, we may have to hold a shorter meeting or reschedule the
Status Updates and Check-Ins
Our contact information is listed on our website: Www.Lawandi.Com. Our attorneys or
paralegals should provide you with a status update via email at least once a month to keep you
informed about your matter and upcoming events.  You can also expect to speak with one of the
attorneys assigned to your matter by telephone, video conference, or in-person meeting about
every 30 days.
Aside from these general time frames, we communicate with our clients about important
developments regarding their matter (such as when a motion is filed), to obtain input and
approval regarding a letter or other out-going communication, or after an important telephone
call with an opposing counsel, witness, expert, or co-party.

We also provide updates when we deliver or receive important documents regarding your matter. 
We generally send clients copies of all substantive documents exchanged with opposing parties,
courts, arbitrators, mediators, witnesses, experts, and co-parties (e.g., letters, emails, motions,
court decisions, court dates, requests for production, etc.).
We ask our clients to gather and provide any documentation requested by our office in a timely
manner.  Please always communicate with a paralegal before compiling documents or delivering
them to our office.  Proactive communication with our attorneys and paralegals regarding client
documents, especially when responding to a request for production of documents, is beneficial
for all.
Your Communication with Lawandi Legal LLC Attorneys and Staff
Here are some simple, but important, rules for communication with us:

1. Do not communicate with us from any non-secure email (such as your work email) or work
telephone. This can waive your attorney-client privilege as to our communications, making them
discoverable in litigation or in response to a subpoena.

2. You can also waive your attorney-client privilege by copying a third-party on an email or other
written communication to the firm, or by sharing any of our communications with a third party.
If you have a question about who is considered a third party versus an agent who may be part of
your litigation team, consult with your Lawandi Legal LLC attorneys or paralegals before

3. Please be respectful of our time and mindful in your communications with our attorneys and
staff. We understand situations requiring legal representation can be stressful.  We are on your
side and want to achieve the best possible results for you.

4. Excessive telephone calls and / or emails shall be billed pursuant to your Retainer Agreement.
This Client Communication Policy applies only to our clients who have retained the services of
Lawandi Legal LLC.​ The term “our clients” means the persons or entities whom we have agreed
in writing to represent in a legal matter via a signed Retainer Agreement.
Prospective clients:  We do not give legal advice to businesses or individuals who are not our
clients.  If you wish to become a client, please complete an inquiry form and contact our office to
discuss your interest in our services.

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