Can I label a matter as belonging to 2 different practice areas?

Can I label a matter as belonging to 2 different practice areas?

No, a matter can only be labeled as pertaining to one practice area. If you’re handling cases involving multiple practice areas, in most cases, it makes sense to create a separate matter for each.
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