It's tax season and by now you and your clients should have received 1099s for settlements and judgments from last year. These forms are often misunderstood and raise many questions, especially regarding their implications for the taxation of attorneys' fees. In this session, you will have the opportunity to have your own questions about 1099s answered and to learn from issues other NACA members are facing regarding these forms.
Negotiating Attorney Fees
Many consumer protection cases are litigated under fee-shifting laws. If you prevail on behalf of the consumer in your case, you may be able to recover attorney fees from the other side. Many consumer protection attorneys are well versed on the substantive law that allows them to prevail on behalf of their clients. This webinar discusses the next step: how to prepare for and conduct an evidentiary hearing to ethically increase your chances of recovering the full amount of attorney fees to which you may be entitled.
Why You Should Attend