How To: Run a Conflict Check
Typically involves examining the clients and matters to determine whether the the firm has represented adverse parties before
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Written by Chase Sullivan
Updated over a week ago

Conflict check is a necessary part of many firms, and something we recently added. It is used to compare your clients/matters, current, and past, and making sure there's no 'conflict' of interest.

You're able to perform a conflict check by opening the Matters tab, then clicking on the Conflict Check button.

Enter a name/number, and click "Search"! LeanLaw will return any Clients/Matters that match your search, and can expand on what that value is tied to.

ProTip: LeanLaw does not currently run a check against individual entries, so make sure to include all relevant information in the Matter details

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