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August 17, 2004

Featured Discussion underway now!

Our Featured Discussion on contingency fee reform, with leading legal ethicists Lester Brickman and Richard Painter, has begun. Professor Brickman has started the discussion with a description of the contingency fee problem and a summary of his "early offer" proposal as a potential solution. For a fuller overview of the participants' positions, see my earlier entry here. Check back here throughout the week to see the conversation unfold.

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Attorneys' Fees and Ethics



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