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"Alternative Fee Arrangements for Deals: Little Less Talk and Lot More Action?"

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]

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Alternative billing arrangements are here. The financial crisis has only accelerated a growing trend, where law firms (and other deal advisors) reach agreement with their client to bill outside of the billable hour box. In this program, you will learn concrete examples of what these types of arrangements are and how are they negotiated.

Join these experts:

  • Wilson Chu, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
  • Scott Depta, Senior Corporate Counsel, Dell
  • Lance Jones, Vice President and General Counsel, Trilogy

This program will cover:

  • How are arrangements to do deals changing between law firms and corporate clients?
  • How do negotiations differ when reaching these arrangements?
  • How can these new types of arrangements benefit law firms? How can they benefit corporate clients?

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