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Attorney Fees in Alabama: Setting, Collecting, and Resolving Disputes - On-Demand
Webinar now available on-demand.
You serve a demanding client and obtain the desired result. Now it’s time to be paid. It’s not always as simple as taking a third or half of a settlement check. What if you represented the defendant? What if you drafted several legal documents? What if you spent many hours working out a dispute over a piece of property or negotiating a business transaction, and your client claims he can’t afford to pay you?
The practice of law is a business. You and your staff must be paid.
Use this 60-minute on-demand webinar on how to price your services and collect fees effectively and ethically.
- Pricing your legal services – effective billing structures
- Engagement agreements and non-engagement letters
- Changing client contracts after engagement
- Client trust accounts
- Effective and ethical fee collection tactics
- Resolving fee disputes
- Dealing with financially distressed clients
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Attorney Fees in Alabama: Setting, Collecting, and Resolving Disputes — is just $107.
You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.
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About Your Presenter:
Alabama attorney Ricardo A. Woods practices in Burr and Forman's Torts and Insurance Practice Group (TIPS) in Mobile with an emphasis on government liability, product and toxic tort liability and insurance litigation. His insurance litigation experience includes issues related to defalcation, bad agents, fraud, and coverage agents. His product liability experience includes industrial grade machinery, warranty claims, automobile components, toxic torts and chemical agents. He has successfully defended matters, including allegations of wrongful death, paralysis, severe bodily injuries, and catastrophic property loss.