Reply to "satisfy all of our client's/clients' needs"

Clear questions:

"Can anyone come up with a solution that will satisfy all the needs of our client[s]?"

no "s": one client
with "s": multiple ones

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"Can anyone come up with a solution that will satisfy the needs of all our clients?"

equivalent with:

"Can anyone come up with a solution that will satisfy all of our clients' needs?"

Chicago Manual of Style:
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The possessive of plural nouns (except for a few irregular plurals, like children, that do not end in s) is formed by adding an apostrophe only.

puppies’ paws
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Last edited by Marius Hancu
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