Our legal budgets are shrinking.
We need experienced lawyers, but we also want value.
We want our lawyers to think outside the box in pricing their services.
These are just some of the things our clients have been telling us recently as part of the numerous client service satisfaction interviews we conduct. We listened. We thought. And now, we're responding. While Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr has long offered clients a variety of mutually beneficial alternative fee arrangements, we are excited to standardize the practice with our Cost Certainty CommitmentSM. We are confident these creative fee structures will provide the cost certainty you want.
Our Cost Certainty CommitmentSM offers in-house counsel the peace of mind that their legal needs will be satisfied with measurable value: attorneys whose depth of experience avoids re-inventing the wheel, instead making full use of existing work product and knowledge, and using agreed upon cost structures intended to help project costs for budgeting purposes.
Of course, all fee arrangements are subject to clearing any conflicts of interest and the issuance of a formal engagement letter.
Cost Certainty for due-diligence work
Cost Certainty for PA Insurance Department administrative hearing services
Cost Certainty for Higher Education - Records Management and Whistleblower Policies
Cost Certainty for Higher Education - FTC's Red Flags Rule
Cost Certainty for incubator companies
Cost Certainty for estate planning services
Cost Certainty for invention capture and management
Cost Certainty for outsourcing in-house IP counsel
Cost Certainty for patent preparation and prosecution services
Cost Certainty for Affordable Care Act Compliance Consulting