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Labor and Employment Attorney
License Type: Attorney (CA)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Pricing is dependent upon the type of work. Litigation defense is always going to be the most expensive, as you are just attempting to prevent or minimize a damage award, and I have little to no control over how aggressive the other side will be. Professional license defense is in the same boat. Business formation, contract drafting, and even certain types of petitions can be done on a flat fee basis. And some plaintiff litigation can be done on a contingency or hybrid contingency fee basis.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
First and foremost is conducting a conflict check to make sure my representation of a new customer will not infringe upon or impact my current or former representation of a client. Then, it is answering the question that the potential client had that motivated the inquiry in the first place. While I realize such may not always be possible, I try my best, nonetheless, to explain the process and how the result will be derived. Finally, it is identifying the client's ultimate goals in entering a legal services, legal representation, or attorney-client relationship. Once those primary objectives are attained or at least approached, retainer and pricing is discussed and an offer to represent will typically be made.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I am licensed in the states of California and Wisconsin to practice law. I have been practicing law for almost 15 years.