Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations in Virginia
Issues, Ethical and Otherwise, for Procurement Lawyers and Their Clients
Lawyers and their clients, both, have the authority and the responsibility to
establish the objectives and means of the legal representation. See Comment 1, Rule 1.2
Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct. The scope of any particular representation may,
and preferably should be, expressly conveyed as part of the agreed representation terms.
Rule 1.2. While generally written representation agreements are not required, they are
preferred. Rule 1.5. And, as a practical matter, a written representation agreement is the
best way to avoid misunderstanding or later dispute, by either lawyer or client.
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