The Counselor vs. The Creditor

Contingency fee law firms will often dip into their own pockets to fund their case costs, many using after-tax dollars to fund these costs. This can put an unnecessary burden on the partners and their business because the firm assumes all the financial risk. Not only this, it also essentially provides their clients with interest-free loans. Watch Ari Kornhaber (EVP & Head of Corporate Development, Esquire Bank) and John Gomez (Founder and President, Gomez Trial Attorney’s) as they discuss ...

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