Fee Structures in the Modern Reality of Immigration Law Practice-Downloadable Recording
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What fee structures are the best for your practice: hourly, fixed, or a combination? How should your fee agreement address the many foreseen and unforeseen hurdles that may arise during representation? In this seminar, seasoned practitioners discuss fee structure options for immigration cases. Learn strategies to ensure fee collection for typical complexities, including multi-stage filings, matters requiring many years of representation, unpredictable agency conduct, RFEs, appeals, and court delays.
- First Things First—You Must Have a Written Retainer Agreement: A Review of State Requirements and Best Practices
- Lengthy Cases: How to Set Up and Track Payments
- Best Fee Structures for Removal Cases
- Covering for Contingencies
- "Holding Case": Is There Value in It for Your Firm's Bottom Line?
- Refunds, Arbitration, Litigation, or Mediation: How to Best Resolve Client Fee Disputes
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