The Firm - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-16 Summary

Avery is impressed with Mitch's work ethic. Mitch continues to work eighty-five to ninety hours per week. Avery is thankful for Mitch's output, but is concerned that he might burn-out. Mitch is perturbed by Avery's hypocrisy- it is Avery's client base that has forced Mitch to work so hard. Furthermore, Avery questions Mitch's attention to his marriage, which should not concern Avery. Mitch reassures him that everything is fine and suggests they talk business instead. Avery has planned a trip to the Grand Cayman. He needs to meet with bankers for the Capps file and invites Mitch along. The Cayman Islands houses many banks from around the world. It is a banking haven because of its secrecy and caution, and also because the islands are tax free.

Avery can't wait to shed his business attire. Their first night on the island Avery drinks too much...

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