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CHICAGO, JULY 1, 2014 – The use of alternative fee arrangements by lawyers and the demand for those arrangements by clients are increasing. “Alternative Fees for Business Lawyers and their Clients” examines how large firms, small firms and solo lawyers are addressing this threat to the billable hour and offers how they can implement and evaluate alternative fee arrangements in transactional matters.
This essential guide also provides real case studies of business lawyers and firms successfully using alternative fee arrangements to deliver value to both the clients and the lawyers. This book will help lawyers:
“Alternative Fees for Business Lawyers and their Clients” is written by Mark A. Robertson, a lawyer with the firm of Robertson & Williams in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He is the co-author of “Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour, Third Edition,” also published by the American Bar Association Law Practice Division.
The ABA Law Practice Division (LP) is a professional membership organization providing resources for lawyers and other legal professionals in the core areas of the business of practicing law — marketing, management, technology and finance — through its award-winning magazine, webzines, educational CLE programs, website and publishing division. For more than 30 years, LP has established itself as a leader within the legal profession by producing ABA TECHSHOW, the world’s premier legal technology conference and expo, and through its publishing arm, which has more than 90 titles in print.
Title: “Alternative Fees for Business Lawyers and their Clients”
Publisher: ABA Law Practice Division
Product Code: 5110781
Size: 6 x 9
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