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Quinn Emanuel Fired Uber, Citing Fixed Fee Rates That Aren’t ‘Financially Viable’

Source |2017-07-29T17:02:37+00:00Jul 21st, 2017|Categories: Post|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

A cautionary tale for in-house teams and law firms negotiating AFAs and considering value pricing. Law firm-client relationships are partnerships. Pricing mechanisms need to be viable for both sides. This article notes that Quinn Emanuel ended the attorney0client relationship with Uber noting that the firm was hired for “rates that are not financially viable.”

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