In the United States, lawyers in negligence cases are usually paid a contingency fee equal to roughly

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In the United States, lawyers in negligence cases are usually paid a contingency fee equal to roughly 30 percent of the total award. Lawyers in other types of cases are often paid on an hourly basis. Discuss the merits and drawbacks of each from the perspective of the client (i.e., the principal).
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Economics of Strategy

ISBN: 978-1118319185

6th edition

Authors: David Besanko, David Dranove, Mark Shanley, Scott Schaefer

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