October 2012 | Volume 75, No. 9
This issue of the Texas Bar Journal takes a look at different aspects of attorneys' fees. Articles provide practical information to help Texas lawyers in their billing procedures and collections as well as avoid ethical issues in dealing with clients.
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Fees (Getting Paid for What You Do)
By Charles E. Hardy
an Effective Engagement Letter
By Mark D. White
Fees Problem Areas and How to Avoid Fee Disputes
By Randy Johnston and Robert L. Tobey
A Retainer Truly Non-Refundable?
By Cynthia Canfield Hamilton
Lawyer's Perspective: A Second Look at Ethics Opinion 610
By Frederick C. Moss
Texas Becoming the Lodestar State?: A Practitioner's Guide to
Recovering Attorneys' Fees Under the Lodestar Method
By Joseph F. Cleveland, Jr. and Alex Harrell
Costs Under the Texas and Federal Rules
By Richard J. Plezia
In-House Attorneys Wish Outside Counsel Knew About Legal
By Katherine A. Compton
- Attorneys' Fees (Getting Paid for What You Do)
Court Order Adopting Amendments to Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure 9,
38, 49, 52, 53, 55, 64, 68, 70, and 71
Firm: Legal Fee Arrangements and Billing Practices
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