A retainer fee is an established amount of money that a client pays to ensure the availability of a freelancer or an attorney, according to Entrepreneur magazine and About.com. Cornell University Law School explains thre... More »

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An attorney's retainer can serve as a flat fee that is nonrefundable to secure services, or it can serve as a refundable retainer that serves as a deposit in which the lawyer deducts hourly fees when used, according to I... More »

An advertising agency retainer is a payment method where the agency bills a client company a specific amount of money per month for all work performed on an account. Retainer agreements allow the agency to dedicate more ... More »

An advertising agency retainer is a payment method where the agency bills a client company a specific amount of money per month for all work performed on an account. Retainer agreements allow the agency to dedicate more ... More »

An attorney's retainer can serve as a flat fee that is nonrefundable to secure services, or it can serve as a refundable retainer that serves as a deposit in which the lawyer deducts hourly fees when used, according to I... More »

A formal demand letter is a letter an attorney sends on a client's behalf to a third party demanding payment or other action, states BusinessDictionary.com. A person may also send a demand letter before filing a lawsuit ... More »

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An accident attorney advises clients of the time constraints attached to filing personal injury lawsuits, file lawsuits on his client's behalf and prepare for trials, according to AllLaw. Accident lawyers work to settle ... More »

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