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Ethical Considerations with Contingent Fee Representation

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Date Published

July 29, 2020


Washington State Association for Justice




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Join Bob Dawson of Dawson Brown, P.S. and Roy Umlauf of Forsberg & Umlauf, P.S., as they discuss ethical issues that arise with contingent fee representation that can result in malpractice claims and bar grievances. They will present best practices and tips to avoid being sued or having a bar complaint brought and will discuss ethical issues involved with possible Association of counsel.

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Robert K. Dawson
DawsonBrown, P.S.

Bob Dawson regularly represents persons who have suffered catastrophic injuries. He has obtained a number of settlements and... Read More

Roy Andrew Umlauf
Fosberg & Umlauf, PS

Roy Umlauf is a shareholder and chair of Forsberg & Umlauf’s professional liability practice group. With over 30 years of... Read More

Brian Holt

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Ethical Considerations with Contingent Fee Representation
Ethical Considerations with Contingent Fee Representation - Paper
Agreement for Legal Services
Attorney Referral Agreement
Attorney Association Agreement
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