The Procedures, Risks, and Costs of Federal Court Litigation
Litigating a client’s case in federal court can be intimidating, not just because of the underlying law, but also because the procedures are not always clear. Our panelists will discuss how to assess whether litigation is the best option for your client, as well as the logistics, costs, and risks.
- Is Litigation the Best Option? Weighing the Benefits Against the Risks
- How, When, and Where to Litigate
- Common Procedural Pitfalls
- What Costs Will Your Client Have to Pay (in Addition to Attorney’s Fees)?
- Representing an Indigent Client in Federal Court
- How to Collect Attorney’s Fees (EAJA) From DHS
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