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  • Why Capping Hourly Fees is (Usually) a Bad Idea

    … As flat fees become more popular, one of the ways lawyers often “try out” flat fees is by offering to cap their hourly fees. For example, a lawyer might offer to bill $200 per hour for a small lawsuit, but no more than $10,000, total. This is a rookie mistake. If the lawyer bills 50 or fewer hours, he will merely be paid for his work the same…

    2 Leser - Sam Glover - Lawyerist -