It's hard to fathom that a man who was a CIO of a major bank is such a poor communicator. Can anyone make sense of the last two sentences of the first paragraph?
He says they "sold" it which we already know. The fun part is that Dietl says they've already paid and Kay says they haven't.
Anyway, why give them almost 3 years, or more, to pay? Why not shop it around for a better offer, in the interim? There's so much here that's just contradictory and inconsistent, it's exhausting. And Kay not writing clearly doesn't help.
He does mention that it was sold to thousands of BlankRome lawyers, but not to the firm? That's crazy, the law firm would have bought it, not the individual attorneys. And if BR was working on contingency, that should be some nice, recurring income, if true.
Which, I guess, it's not.
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