Sunday, February 3, 2008

Behavioral Economics Research on Contingency Fees

Point of Law's Marie Gryphon has a post, Contentious Contingent Fees Research, that discusses recent behavioral economics research by Eyal Zamir and Ilana Ritov on the subject.

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