The small-group workshops will lay out your rights and responsibilities in fundamental aspects of the attorney-client relationship by teaching
invaluable skills to attorneys starting out on their own or in a small firm.
The 3 sessions in Part 1 of the series will discuss the legal, ethical and practical considerations involved when you write retainer agreements and
set your fees. Understand how to treat your clients so that they WANT to pay you for your services.
Part 2 will cover your rights and responsibilities when your client disputes
your fees and the law requires that you arbitrate the matter..
Part 1: Writing Retainer Agreements; Setting Fees; Getting Paid
Session A: Writing Retainer Agreements: July 11, 2018; 2.5 NY Credits: 1 Ethics; 1.5 Skills; 2.5 NJ Credits: 1.5 General;
Session B: Setting Fees: July 18, 2018; 2.5 NY Credits: 1.5 Skills; 1 Ethics; 2.5 NJ Credits: 1 Ethics;1.5 General
Session C: Getting Paid: July 25, 2018; 2.5 NY Credits: 2.5 Skills; 2.5 NJ Credits: 2.5 General
Part 2: Part 137 Fee Dispute Program: August 1, 2018; 2.5 NY Credits: 2.5 Skills ; 2.5 NJ Credits: 2.5 General
Faculty: Martin L. Feinberg, Esq.
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