WHAT IS A RETAINER AGREEMENT?

A retainer agreement is a legal contract between a law firm (or attorney) and the client by which the client agrees to hire the law firm for particular legal services.  The retainer agreement provides a detailed description of the parties to the agreement, the scope of legal services to be performed, the rules and manner in which those services will be performed, and a recitation of the agreed-upon fee arrangement between the parties.  Generally speaking, the law firm will require the client to review the agreement, sign the agreement if there are no changes to be made, and return the executed agreement along with a retainer fee (or deposit) to the law firm before any legal services are performed on a particular matter.

Authored by: Scott A. Meyer and John Sokatch

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Chalker Flores, LLP provides business, corporate, litigation and intellectual property legal services to individuals, inventors, entrepreneurs, start-ups, spin-offs, universities, research institutes, and small to large public and private companies and businesses.  Founded by Dr. Edwin Flores and Daniel Chalker, additional partners include Scott Meyer, Chainey Singleton and Tom Jacks.  The lawyers of Chalker Flores, LLP provide big-firm expertise with boutique service and pricing.

If you would like more information about Chalker Flores, LLP, or to schedule an appointment please contact us 214-445-4040 or info@chalkerflores.com.  Please follow us on Twitter at @chalkerflores.

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About Chalker Flores, LLP
The mission of the lawyers of Chalker Flores, LLP is to provide intellectual property, corporate, business and litigation legal services of the highest quality. Chalker Flores, LLP is able to offer its clients big-firm expertise with boutique service and pricing. Clients include individual inventors, major national universities and small to large companies and businesses.

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