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“I’ve never been a fan of hourly billing,” says business and health care solo David J. Holt. “I think you want to focus on the value of legal services and work backward from there for pricing.” (Submitted photo)
“I’ve never been a fan of hourly billing,” says business and health care solo David J. Holt. “I think you want to focus on the value of legal services and work backward from there for pricing.” (Submitted photo)

Solo Practice: Are alternative fee arrangements right for your practice?

St. Paul business and health care solo David J. Holt wanted to strike a balance between offering his clients value and promising himself a certain level of relatively certain income each month. So after doing some research he came up with a “general counsel” approach, in which, for a monthly fee, he handles the bulk ...

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