A lawyer's guide to prepaid legal services: a handbook for the small firm
Alec M. Schwartz, David A. Baker, Samuel J. Pasquarelli, American Bar Association. Section of Economics of Law Practice, Donald Paul MacDonald
American Bar Association, Section of Economics of Law Practice, Jan 1, 1988 - Law - 57 pages
This handbook examines such topics as what prepaid legal service plans can do, the costs and regulation of such plans, contractual arrangements, lawyer involvement, and economic impact of plan implementaion on the law firm.
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