On Friday, April 21, during the IRWA Chapter 36 Spring Seminar, Jackson Walker partner Susan Dillon Ayers will present “Mo Money Mo Problems: Lawyers & Clients STILL Suing Each Other Over Fees,” focusing on the ongoing issue of lawyers and clients suing each other over fees.
In her seminar presentation, Sue will provide real-life examples of cases where these disputes have arisen and discuss the legal and ethical implications of these disputes. She will also provide guidance on how to navigate these processes effectively and efficiently and will offer insights into the potential costs and benefits of each option. Overall, the presentation will be informative and engaging, providing lawyers with a deeper understanding of the challenges and complexities associated with fee disputes, as well as practical strategies for avoiding and resolving them.
For more information of the event visit the IWRA website.
Sue worked for a large international law firm for 10 years, appearing in state and federal, trial and appellate courts, in cases ranging from breach of contract to wrongful death, representing municipalities, chemical manufacturers, railroads, telecommunications companies, casinos, and accounting firms. Sue joined Jackson Walker in 2010 and added eminent domain to her varied practice. Sue represents condemnors in all aspects of land acquisition, including negotiation of easements and crossing agreements, the purchase of real property in fee simple, condemnation, and appeal.