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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: March/April 2017
Opinion 1108 addressed whether a lawyer may refer clients to a third-party financing company, so that the company could help the clients pay the lawyer's fees.
United States
27 Apr 2017
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How To Lose Your Legal Fee, Part 3: Fee Disputes With Clients In Federal Court
More than a year ago, we embarked on a three-part series on "How to Lose Your Legal Fees." Part 1, in our February 2016 edition, examined excessive fees, and Part 2, in our July 2016 edition, focused on legal fee forfeiture.
United States
27 Apr 2017
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: June/July 2016
Here are summaries of ethics opinions issued in December 2015 and January 2016. The opinions were issued by the NYSBA Committee on Professional Ethics.
United States
13 Jul 2016
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How To Lose Your Legal Fee, Part 2: Legal Fee Forfeiture
In our February 2016 edition, we published the first of a three-part series of articles on "How to Lose Your Legal Fees."
United States
7 Jul 2016
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: May 2016
Here are summaries of ethics opinions issued in December 2015. The opinions were issued by the NYSBA Committee on Professional Ethics.
United States
5 May 2016
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: February 2016
Opinion 1070 analyzes a lawyer's duty when representing multiple clients in the same matter, where one client requests that the lawyer withhold information from the other joint clients.
United States
16 Feb 2016
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How To Lose Your Legal Fee, Part 1: Excessive Fees
For the most part, lawyers in New York are free to set their own fees. Except for particular areas where specific court or ethics rules govern—most notably, personal injury and medical malpractice—lawyers have wide latitude in setting the financial terms of their engagements with clients.
United States
10 Feb 2016
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Playing Nicely With Others: Cross-Border Fee Sharing With Firms That Play By Different Rules
Finally, the NYSBA's Commercial and Federal Litigation Section endorsed the ABA's proposed changes concerning inter-firm fee sharing.
United States
10 Feb 2016
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Dividing A Fee With A Per Diem Lawyer
There is no ethical duty for a law firm to disclose to a client the difference between an associate's billing rate and the hourly cost of the associate to the firm.
United States
9 Nov 2015
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: November 2015
Here are summaries of ethics opinions issued June, July, and September 2015.
United States
9 Nov 2015
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: October 2015
Here are summaries of ethics opinions issued during June 2015. The opinions were issued by the NYSBA Committee on Professional Ethics.
United States
7 Oct 2015
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: September 2015
Here are summaries of ethics opinions issued March through June 2015. The opinions were issued by the NYSBA Committee on Professional Ethics and the NYC Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics.
United States
2 Sep 2015
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: July/August 2015
Here are summaries of four ethics opinions issued in March and May 2015. The first three were issued by the NYSBA Committee on Professional Ethics, and the fourth by the NYC Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics.
United States
4 Aug 2015
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: May 2015
Here are summaries of two ethics opinions issued in January and February 2015. The first was issued by the NYSBA Committee on Professional Ethics, and the second by the NYC Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics.
United States
7 May 2015
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Excessive Fees Revisited: Enforcement Of Lucrative Retainers After "Lawrence"
It has long been the rule in New York that when a client challenges a legal fee after a representation has ended the burden is on the lawyer to establish the fee was not unconscionable.
United States
8 Apr 2015
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Recent N.Y. Ethics Opinions: April 2015
Here are summaries of two ethics opinions issued in January and February 2015.
United States
8 Apr 2015
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New York Court Of Appeals Refuses To Apply "Unfinished Business" Doctrine To Law Firms
The New York Court of Appeals firmly rejected the application of the "unfinished business" doctrine - an important principle of partnership law.
United States
3 Jul 2014
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