No. Some of the most prolific advertising lawyers handle only a small number of the cases they accept. Instead they refer cases out to different law firms and receive a significant portion of the fees as the “secondary” or “referring” law firm. Under this system, the original attorney is sometimes only a broker. It is often not favorable to the client, who finds himself with lawyers he may not know, handling his case for less than the full compensation he is paying.
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