What Does It Mean To Be “Grandfathered” Concerning Your Land Use?
As lawyers we are constantly advocating in favor of our clients’ positions and against our opponents’ positions. That’s what we do. But it is imperative to know your audience and it’s attitudes when making your arguments. When we spend all our time representing one type of client we can lose sight of the fact that other people–judges and jurors– may have very different viewpoints from the ones we constantly hear from our clients.