legal fee


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Noun1.legal fee - a fee paid for legal service
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
refresher - a fee (in addition to that marked on the brief) paid to counsel in a case that lasts more than one day
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However, legal bill auditors are expensive, and while some legal fee reductions may be obtained, the law firm may not react well to having its legal work and invoices "flyspecked" by a third-party after the fact.
The 2016 Real Estate Legal Fee Profiles identifies the Law Firms hired by the world's largest Real Estate Companies and Funds and the fees (hours and hourly rates) paid to them.
If an attorney has a contingent fee arrangement with a client, the lawyer may enter into a structured legal fee arrangement under which the defendant, instead of paying the attorney's fees for the case in a lump sum at the time of settlement, can fund an arrangement that pays the fees over time.
com/research/7ckrbl/2016_financial) has announced the addition of the "2016 Financial Services Legal Fee Profiles" report to their offering.
In the unlikely event of no legal fee saving being made, we will not charge.
The tenant also claimed that the Lodestar method for billing utilized by the landlord's counsel was improper, and that since this was a run-of-the-mill summary proceedings for non-payment, the legal fee should be billed at a "market value," which the tenant argued should be $10,000 for this case.
The requirement that legal fee expenses be ordinary, necessary and reasonable to be deductible applies under both IRC Sec.
The legal fees litigants pay for claims that fall fully under this exclusion are not at issue, since the exclusion of any income renders the legal fee deduction question irrelevant.
The Ulster Bank has launched a major drive offering customers various incentives - including no arrangement or legal fees.
In support the coalition say that huge legal fees are currently being suffered by employers, even if they win the case and that there will be enormous savings in legal fees for employers by reducing the number of claimants.
It is a response to Syllouris, who on behalf of the committee had asked the bank to furnish a breakdown of legal fees paid from 2006 to end-2013.