Why Is “Client” Capitalized?

Throughout our web site, all forms of the word “Client” are capitalized. This is not dictated by any “Blue Book” rules of form or usage. Rather, we capitalize “Client” because that is the most important word on our web site. By this convention, we remind ourselves of the fundamental nature of our duties to our Clients, and we remind our web site visitors of the appreciation, respect, and loyalty that we have for our Clients.

The Firm's Clients include Coach Bill Curry, who was hired in 2008 as Georgia State University's first-ever head football coach. Wellborn represented Curry in relation to the negotiation of Curry's coaching contract. Wellborn was also Curry's co-author of "Sanity, Survival, and Winning: A Football Coaches' Guide." Curry recognized Wellborn in the Acknowledgments of Curry's 2008 book "Ten Men You Meet in the Huddle: Lessons from a Football Life."

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