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|University of Puget Sound||Law||J.D.||N/A|
|Washington State University||N/A||B.S.||N/A|
Posted by anonymous
Only spoke on the phone and exchanged emails a few times, he never once told me that he would charge me and never told me what his rates were. He provided me with incorrect information regarding the company I inquired about, told me I needed to do my own research, and disappeared for a month - during which time I hired another atty figuring he wasn't interested in the case. I signed no contract with him and he filed no paperwork for me. When he learned I hired another atty, he billed me for time spent on my case. I sent a letter outlining what I wrote above and said I was willing to give him half and that by cashing the check, it meant he accepted it as payment in full. He cashed the check and promptly sent a bill for the balance with interest. According to the WSBA attorneys are supposed to be clear about their hourly rate and billing practices. He did not provide these at any time and refused to compromise. We paid the rest of the bill under duress. Not a trustworthy or ethical person.
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