Monday, June 4, 2012

Client Bound By Fee Arbitration Result

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court affirmed a fee arbitration award to a law firm that had sued a client for unpaid bills.

The client had asked for arbitration and had not initially raised a statute of limitations (six years) defense. The court here found that the client had sought the arbitration, Bar Counsel had properly referred the matter to a panel, and the client was bound by the unfavorable result.

Any defense under the statute of limitations was waived. (Mike Frisch)

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