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BrianBailey
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Re: Why the trolls will hire you
BrianBailey   7/29/2013 1:09:59 PM
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Interestingly - they couldn't prove I had ever worked on any particular case.

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Re: I can work with people that aren't perfect
BrianBailey   7/29/2013 1:08:47 PM
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Right @Caleb. I would have an easy time walking away from someone I didn't like or didn't enjoy working with. I have also walked away from work that didn't sound exciting.

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Why the trolls will hire you
DCH0   7/29/2013 12:57:54 PM
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You mentioned the "trolls" lawyer did not want a report.  By hiring you for any amount, you can not be hired by anyone else on this case.  They will sometimes hire multiple experts just to ensure they cannot be hired later by whomever they are suing.

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I can work with people that aren't perfect
Caleb Kraft   7/29/2013 12:22:30 PM
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That is a tough call. I personally feel like I can do business with people who I don't really like. I mean, I could see myself walking away from people that I absolutely HATE, but there's a lot of room for wiggle there. 

The only thing I would insist on is that everythign be well documented.  If someone asks me  to change my methods in a way that does not jive, then I have a problem. 

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