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All You Want to Know About Fee Arrangements

If you have questions about fee agreements -- how to draft them, what to include in them, and ethical issues associated with them -- then you're in luck!

On Tuesday, June 12 from 12:00-1:00 pm the Solo and Small Firm Committee Meeting of the Philadelphia Bar Association will present Good Fee Agreements Make Good Clients. Come hear a panel of local attorneys discuss what to include and how to draft great fee agreements. Sample fee agreements will be available. Panel members are Carla Maresca of Deasy Mahoney Valentini & North, Ltd.; Frank Conley of The Conley Firm; and Djung Tran of Tran Law Associates. Register for this non-CLE session online at the Philadelphia Bar Association website.

David I. Grunfeld, Of Counsel to Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP will present Fee Arrangements at Jenkins on Wednesday, July 11 from 5:30-6:30 pm. This 1-hour ethics CLE will offer a review of the Rules of Professional Conduct relevant to fees, including contents of a writing, contingencies, retainers and escrow, transactions with clients and acceptance of fees from others. Materials will include a sample fee agreement and selected case and ethics committees citations and summaries. Register for this CLE class online at the Jenkins website.

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