William L. Loveland, Richard L. Loveland
Each of us who practices law may do so only by reason of a well-earned license that permits us to help others resolve their many problems in life, whether personal or business, for compensation.
Having a license alone, however, doesn’t make us “professional.” Being “professional” is performing these services for others in a moral, ethical, respectful, dignified and civil manner, and for a fair price.
There is no reason why in the providing of these services and dealing with others, whether opponent, opposing counsel, public authority, or any others, we cannot do so in a moral, ethical manner, respecting and honoring others’ sensibilities, in a dignified and civil manner, and in good humor.
In my many years of experience as a practitioner, I have never seen an issue or case lost, nor a client’s interest compromised by following such a course of conduct.
Richard L. Loveland
Attorney at Law