You know the client is wrong, and the client knows that he's wrong — and those are precisely the reasons why you need to step forward and ask him what you can do to make reparations. This is one of those occasions when it's better to absorb the costs of one misadventure rather than sacrifice a long-term and very profitable association. Not only will you win your client's gratitude for helping him out of a tight spot, but you will earn his respect and trust, which will pay huge dividends in the months to come.
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