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If I Bring a Lawsuit, Can I Force the Other Party to Pay My Attorney’s Fees?

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

As business litigators, we frequently get asked if there is a way to force the defendant (or the plaintiff, as the case may be) to pay our client’s attorney’s fees for the time spent litigating a case. The answer, like so many questions, depends on the circumstances. The so-called “American Rule” of attorney’s fees… Read More »

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Pros and Cons of Hiring a Lawyer to Handle a Business Case on a Contingency Fee

By McCabe Rabin, P.A. |

Certain advantages and disadvantages exist when a client seeks to have a lawyer handle a business case on a contingency fee basis. So what are the advantages and disadvantages for the client? Advantages of a Business Contingency Case Access to a Lawyer Many small businesses and individuals cannot afford to litigate or arbitrate a… Read More »

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