Bailey Glasser regularly participates in fee-sharing arrangements with referring attorneys and co-counsel for many types of cases -- personal injury, medical malpractice, defective medical device and other mass tort cases, class actions, whistleblower cases, and commercial litigation, consistent with all applicable rules of professional conduct.

Sometimes, a cut and dried referral is not the ideal a way to approach a case. In situations like these, a co-counsel agreement may be an effective way for clients and their attorneys to reap the benefits of working with another lawyer or firm, while still maintaining an active role in the case.

Some common reasons for seeking a favorable co-counsel agreement include:

  • Increased investigative resources
  • Assistance from attorneys who have extensive experience within a specific practice area
  • The ability to call upon expert witnesses who might not otherwise be available
  • The opportunity to learn on the job while ensuring that your client is still protected by an experienced legal advocate

Every co-counsel agreement is as unique as the case and client it pertains to, which means that these collaborations require active participation from all parties involved. If you think that you or your client might benefit from working side-by-side with Bailey Glasser’s legal team, contact our law offices today. Our team provides clients with excellent service across our practice areas, and our lawyers have developed skillsets that make them not only effective counselors, litigators, and negotiators, but also knowledgeable authorities on a wide array of legal subject matter.

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