At the outset of a illustration, the consumer might authorize the lawyer to take particular action on the consumer’s behalf without additional session. Absent a cloth change in circumstances and subject to Rule 1.four, a lawyer may depend on such an advance authorization. The consumer could, however, revoke such authority at any time. “Confirmed in writing,” when used in reference to the knowledgeable consent of a person, denotes informed consent that’s given in writing by the individual or a writing that a lawyer promptly transmits to the individual confirming an oral informed consent. See paragraph for the definition of “writing.” See paragraph for the definition of “informed consent.” If it is not feasible to acquire or transmit the writing on the time the person provides informed consent, then the lawyer should obtain or transmit it inside an inexpensive time thereafter.