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    Lawyer's expense is a mostly United States expression for remuneration for legitimate administrations performed by a lawyer for a customer, in or out of court. It might be an hourly, level rate or unexpected expense.


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    Attorney's fee is a chiefly United States term for compensation for legal services performed by an attorney (lawyer or law firm) for a client, in or out of court. It may be an hourly, flat-rate or contingent fee.


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    Attorney's fees may be an hourly, flat (for a particular service, e.g. $10,000 to handle all aspects of a DUI case) or contingent fee (a percentage of client's recovery, e.g. 33%). Attorney's fees may be set by an attorney-client compensation agreement or in certain types of cases, by statute or a court.


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