From Eliot Bernstein – Sharp Practice by Lawyers defined

Here’s an interesting definition of the word “sharp practice”

http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/sharp+practice

I am posting this because it seems to fit the problems seen by many of you–opposing counsel that lies, threats, barely (if at all legal) tactics much of which is designed to churn legal bills and do little in the way of “best interests” of the disabled person or those that love and support her or him.

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