This information-packed webinar explores the latest trends and best practices with respect to alternative fee arrangements, and provides best practice strategies to structure and implement AFAs that work for you and your clients.
- Which types of alternative fees firms are using
- How to determine which AFAs might be most successful for your firm
- How to craft agreements that clearly define expectations for you and your client
- Why AFAs may not be suitable for every legal matter
- Successful experiences in the management of fee predictability and transparency
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Director, Alternative Fee Intelligence and Analytics, GlaxoSmithKline
Justin Ergler is the Director of Alternative Fee Intelligence and Analytics for GlaxoSmithKline based in Research Triangle Park, NC. In his current role, he is responsible for the compilation and analysis of alternative fee arrangement intelligence, the development of predictive cost modeling tools for new engagements, and accelerating the transition to non-hourly, value-based fee arrangements at GSK and in the Legal industry at large.
Partner, AXS Law Group
Ben Wolkov’s practice focuses on a broad range of corporate counseling and domestic and international transactions, with a primary focus on business formation, business growth, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, venture capital investments and financings, and joint ventures and strategic alliances.
Partner, AXS Law Group
Jeremy Ben-David is an experienced real estate and corporate transactional attorney, and has represented companies of all sizes, ranging from start-ups to large multi-national companies, along with their officers and directors, through all aspects of a business’ life cycle, starting with formation, through growth, and ending in liquidity events and exits.
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