FEW pursues former client for unpaid fees

McLeod-Roberts, Luke
August 2009
Lawyer;8/3/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 31, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the lawsuit filed by Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP (FFW) against its former client Rok Entertainment Group Inc. at the U.S. Supreme Court for an unpaid fees. The lawsuit filed by FFW aims to recover the 73,000 pounds plus interest of the alleged unpaid fees. The claim form stresses that although there was no formal engagement letter, both parties agreed that they had entered into a contract for provision of legal services, which was created verbally and through conduct.


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