Lawyer Contingency Fee Agreements: Doing it Right

By Roger Foisy on October 4th, 2011

A contingency fee agreement or retainer is defined as an agreement made between the lawyer and their client where the fee for services is only payable when there is a favourable result.  This means that the lawyer is not paid until the case is settled in the plaintiff’s favour or a court judgment is arrived at in the plaintiff’s favour. (See Full Legal Glossary of Terms)

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