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Ethical Considerations in Dividing Fees with Co-Counsel and Among Multiple Clients

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Price

$75 for Members
$90 for Affiliate Members
$100 for Non-Members

90 minutes
Date Published

September 19, 2019

Publisher

National Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

Attorneys' Fees, Ethics

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Summary

In addition to fee agreements between attorney and client, other agreements govern how fees may be divided between attorneys of different firms or among multiple clients represented by the same attorney. Carla, Cheri, and Ben will review the ethical rules and considerations on splitting fees with co-counsel, proportional or disproportional to the work done by each attorney, and splitting fees among clients in the same case, including the rules on aggregate settlement offers and whether an attorney may help clients create a contract among them governing disputes over settlement proceeds.

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Presenters

Carla D. Brown

Carla Brown is admitted to practice in state and federal courts throughout Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland.... Read More

Cheri L. McCracken

Cheri L. McCracken earned her law degree at the Arizona State University College of Law and began practicing in 1979. She... Read More

Ben Lebsack

Noted lucha libre enthusiast and bon vivant, Ben Lebsack represents plaintiffs in employment, assault, and legal malpractice... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Ethical Considerations in Dividing Fees with Co-Counsel and Among Multiple Clients - Video
Ethical Considerations in Dividing Fees with Co-Counsel and Among Multiple Clients - Slide Handout
Ethical Considerations in Dividing Fees with Co-Counsel and Among Multiple Clients - Handout
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