Using a lawyer-- and what to do if things go wrong: a step-by-step guide

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Random House, Jun 23, 1990 - Law - 146 pages
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This book provides the information you need to use a lawyer economically and effectively: how to shop for a lawyer, arrange fees, draw up employment contracts, follow the course of the case, handle problems and more. Appendices include sample documents useful in this process.

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Contents

CLIENT INVOLVEMENT
3
SHOPPING FOR A LAWYER
16
FEE ARRANGEMENTS
23
Copyright

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