When You And Your Contingency Fee Client Disagree

Law360, New York (August 6, 2010, 11:01 AM EDT) -- Congratulations. Your big contingency fee case is set for trial within weeks. It’s taken you three years to get to this point — dozens of depositions, discovery battles, summary judgment motions and multiple Daubert challenges.

Despite private mediation and other attempts at settlement, the defendant is offering only a fraction of what your client has consistently told you she is prepared to accept. Your firm has made a big investment in the case, but your partners agree it is worth taking to a jury.

Your client...
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