Adjudicating Attorney Fee Disputes: A New Pech-ing OrderMar 18, 2021
Patrick Maloney and Carl Mueller pen an article for the Daily Journal on the California Court of Appeal’s recent ruling in Pech v. Morgan, in which the appellate court found that where an attorney and client have entered into a valid and enforceable fee agreement, the standard for recovering fees is one of unconscionability, not reasonableness.
Read the full article in the Daily Journal here: https://www.dailyjournal.com/articles/361891
About the Authors:
Patrick Maloney is the founder of The Maloney Firm, APC, a boutique law firm that represents clients in business litigation and related matters. Mr. Maloney has represented both lawyers and clients in a number of legal fee disputes and legal malpractice matters. Mr. Maloney may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-540-1505.
Carl Mueller is a business litigation attorney that represents clients in all phases of civil litigation. Mr. Mueller’s practice has a focus on attorney-client disputes of all kinds. If you have questions regarding this article contact Carl Mueller at email@example.com.