Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Getting In, Getting Out, Getting Paid: Fee Agreements, Withdrawal as Counsel, and Fee Arbitrations - On-Demand Ethics CLE)

This program gives viewers a wealth of information regarding the practical, legal and ethical implications of client/attorney fee arrangements in California. Topics include: how to properly handle fee agreements, focusing specifically on California’s ethics rules and codes; attorney/client fiduciary relationships; unconscionability; prohibited fee arrangements; multiple client representation; agreement modification; counsel substitutions; fee sharing; how to properly decline representation; withdrawal provisions in fee agreements; what to do in contingency cases; when withdraw is required by operation of law; and fee disputes.
Title:
Getting In, Getting Out, Getting Paid: Fee Agreements, Withdrawal as Counsel, and Fee Arbitrations
Credit:
Washington State: Credit expired; no longer eligible for credit.
Other Jurisdictions: Approved in multiple states, but you'll have to check the listing
Lecturer Info
James King is an AV rated attorney and sought-after expert witness on professional ethics for lawyers. He is a former partner of both Luce, Forward and Solomon, Ward, and has taught many CLE courses for the State Bar of California, the San Diego Bar Association, and a number of other professional organizations. Throughout Mr. King's career, he has received numerous awards and honors and has authored many legal articles.
Education: Stanford Law School, Juris Doctor, 1979
Admitted: 1979, California. Also admitted to practice before all courts in the state of California and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Danielle Barger:
Admitted: 2006, California
Education: Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, CA, Juris Doctorate (2006); Law Review – Articles Editor; Literary Editor; Staff Writer

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