Professional ethics

Will a lawyer charge a client to break a contingency fee agreement?

Is it common practice for a lawyer to change a client if they break a contingency fee agreement if the client no longer wishes to pursue the case?

Nathan’s Answer

Even if the client abandons the case, the lawyer may be entitled to costs and whatever fees if any, were agreed upon in the retainer agreement.

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