Legal Advice for “Attorney Fee Award” — 143 results
Written by attorney Donivan Flowers, over 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
One of the most important questions a person can ask a lawyer before hiring that lawyer is how the lawyer gets paid-- or "what are the attorneys fees?". Before hiring an attorney, it is... more
Written by attorney Christopher Simon, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide provides an explanation of contingency fee structures and common pricing used by personal injury lawyers when taking on a car accident or injury case. The examples below are... more
Written by attorney William J. Dyer, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Only hire a contingent fee lawyer who's upfront about the possibility of being fired and deals with that in your written contract Like most states, Texas, where I practice, requires all... more
Written by attorney Brian Gurwitz, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Should I represent myself? Many people (particularly those who intend to plead guilty) are reluctant to spend money hiring an attorney since it would cost nothing simply to walk into court... more
Written by attorney Brenda Lopez, 19 days ago.
There are several ways to obtain an attorney's fees award under the Family Code. This is particulary helpful to parties who may not otherwise be able to afford an attorney on their own.... more
Written by attorney James Caporrino, over 1 year ago.
With a stated purpose of ensuring parity between landlords and tenants, a New Jersey law requires that when the lease gives the landlord a right to recover fees and expenses, a parallel... more
Written by attorney Andrew Chapin, over 3 years ago.
Sometimes in litigation, even if you win, you lose. Even if you have a great case and recover all the money youre owed, youre usually still out of pocket for your attorneys fees.... more
Written by attorney Stewart Sutton, over 3 years ago.
An attorney who files a confessed judgment complaint against his or her former client to collect money owed is never entitled to an award of attorneys fees.
A promissory note with a... more
Written by attorney Troy Pickard, over 4 years ago.
Although normally we think of attorney fees as those fees owed to an attorney that you hire (other than yourself), the Oregon Supreme Court held recently that an attorney acting on his own... more
Written by attorney Geoffrey Trachtenberg, almost 4 years ago.
To be filed in the "gluttons for punishment" folder, the case ofFulton Homes Corporation v. BBP Concretethat was recently published by Division One.
The case affirms an award of $12,000,... more