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What Is A “Flat Fee” And Why Don’t Lawyers Use Them Very Much?

In my experience, clients just love “flat fees.” They regularly ask me about them. Well, “flat fees” may be okay for many times of legal issues but, for litigators like me, they are a problem. Unlike a house painter, I … Continue reading

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How Do You Determine Reasonableness Of A Covenant Not To Compete?

If you are not in California (where Covenants Not To Compete are effectively worthless) there is, generally speaking, a 3 prong test: Given the industry involved, is the Covenant reasonable in terms of time limit, job functions or descriptions prohibited, … Continue reading

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