Heck no, he won't go, said lawyer to client

Seven years later, the effort to protect his financial stake and get a guardian appointed for his client has consumed the case.

, The National Law Journal

There are lawyers and clients who disagree. And then there are Nathan Lewin and Elena Sturdza, who have been battling over her competency to fire him for nearly seven years. Sturdza, an architect, says that Lewin sabotaged her case, she fired him, and now she's proceeding pro se. But Lewin isn't ready to walk away from a lawsuit that he believes could produce a substantial award — if his client will listen to him.

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