Fee Sharing and Insurance Disclosure

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Attorneys who enter into fee-sharing agreements must be sure that their agreements comply with the California Rules of Professional Conduct. A California court recently determined that a fee sharing agreement was invalid because one of the attorneys failed to disclose that he did not have professional liability insurance.

Take a look at my article on Hance v. Super Store Industries here, published by the San Diego County Bar Association.

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