Update on Fee Suits and Unfinished Business

, New York Law Journal


In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis, a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson, writes: In the past we have often visited the subjects of engagement letters, legal fees and the wisdom (or - oftentimes - lack of it) of suing when clients don't, won't or can't pay what they owe. But every now and then along comes a case which proclaims that sometimes there is a path to recovery in the courtroom for lawyers who have been shortchanged by their clients.

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