What We Offer
Value

Although a substantial portion of our work is conducted on a nationwide basis, our Midwestern roots are reflected in our pricing.  We want to partner with our clients to reach the right solutions for all of us.  And, while much of our work is done on a traditional, hourly basis, we offer a variety of alternatives on projects that are best approached differently:

  • fixed-fee contracts focused on specific types of matters;
  • fixed-fee contracts based on the phases of a matter;
  • fixed-fee contracts for specific services; and
  • outcome-driven fees ranging from traditional contingency fees to hybrid billing.

There's no one best system.  A value-oriented, more flexible approach is a better model for both attorneys and clients.

What We Offer
Value

Although a substantial portion of our work is conducted on a nationwide basis, our Midwestern roots are reflected in our pricing.  We want to partner with our clients to reach the right solutions for all of us.  And, while much of our work is done on a traditional, hourly basis, we offer a variety of alternatives on projects that are best approached differently:

  • fixed-fee contracts focused on specific types of matters;
  • fixed-fee contracts based on the phases of a matter;
  • fixed-fee contracts for specific services; and
  • outcome-driven fees ranging from traditional contingency fees to hybrid billing.

There's no one best system.  A value-oriented, more flexible approach is a better model for both attorneys and clients.

October
30th 2017

Mark Wallach Secures Rehabilitated West Park Home for Homeowner at Center of Unusual Case

As a volunteer for The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, Mark Wallach has handled many unusual cases over the years for LASC clients. “I’m sort of the specialist in off-the-wall cases,” Mark stated regarding his reputation with Legal Aid’s Volunteer Lawyers Program. “I like to be able to take a complicated situation and straighten it out.” This most recent real estate litigation case was no exception.... Read More

October
11th 2017

Marquettes Robinson Featured Speaker at Urban League of Greater Cleveland

Marquettes Robinson will be the featured speaker at an October 18, 2017 Employment Law seminar sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and the Ohio Minority Business Assistance Centers... Read More

October
6th 2017

Municipalities Selling Water Have No Obligation to Charge Reasonable Rates

A recent decision by the Ninth District Court of Appeals has held that Ohio municipalities selling water to non-residents have no obligation to charge reasonable rates.... Read More

October
30th 2017

Mark Wallach Secures Rehabilitated West Park Home for Homeowner at Center of Unusual Case

As a volunteer for The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, Mark Wallach has handled many unusual cases over the years for LASC clients. “I’m sort of the specialist in off-the-wall cases,” Mark stated regarding his reputation with Legal Aid’s Volunteer Lawyers Program. “I like to be able to take a complicated situation and straighten it out.” This most recent real estate litigation case was no exception.... Read More

October
11th 2017

Marquettes Robinson Featured Speaker at Urban League of Greater Cleveland

Marquettes Robinson will be the featured speaker at an October 18, 2017 Employment Law seminar sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and the Ohio Minority Business Assistance Centers... Read More

October
6th 2017

Municipalities Selling Water Have No Obligation to Charge Reasonable Rates

A recent decision by the Ninth District Court of Appeals has held that Ohio municipalities selling water to non-residents have no obligation to charge reasonable rates.... Read More

What We Offer
Value

Although a substantial portion of our work is conducted on a nationwide basis, our Midwestern roots are reflected in our pricing.  We want to partner with our clients to reach the right solutions for all of us.  And, while much of our work is done on a traditional, hourly basis, we offer a variety of alternatives on projects that are best approached differently:

  • fixed-fee contracts focused on specific types of matters;
  • fixed-fee contracts based on the phases of a matter;
  • fixed-fee contracts for specific services; and
  • outcome-driven fees ranging from traditional contingency fees to hybrid billing.

There's no one best system.  A value-oriented, more flexible approach is a better model for both attorneys and clients.

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