Price-Fixing Lawyers

Green, Mark J.
February 1973
New Republic;2/24/73, Vol. 168 Issue 8, p14
Focuses on the justification of the minimum fee schedules by bar associations and lawyers through monetary computations in the United States. Effectiveness of price-fixing arrangements; View that fee schedules provide useful information for both the lawyer and client, and discourage unethical advertising and solicitation to get legal business; Prohibition of anti-competitive activities; Factors contributing to a commercial image of the profession.


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