Attorney Fees

California Attorney’s Fees

Provides information to practitioners, jurists, and the public about the law governing the awarding of attorney fees and costs with a focus on California state law and rulings coming from California federal judicial forums.

Civilian’s Guide to Lawyers (the Blog)

"The Civilian's Guide to Lawyers helps clients (including individuals and businesses) understand the business and practical side of the law. In addition to basics like legal fees, we explain how legal ethics, selection, retention agreements, bar activities, litigation alternatives, and the like affect lawyers and clients. Other common topics include a practical explanation of current legal events and headlines, especially as they may inform clients. The audience includes lawyers as well as the client community."

Global Legal

"Highlights topics relevant to legal practitioners at western corporations and law firms who are interested in legal process globalization and outsourcing. Some posts may also provide useful insights for global legalization and legal process outsourcing vendors. In addition, some posts may highlight the activities of Red Bridge Strategy Inc. and the personal causes and interests of Matthew Sullivan."

Litigation Management & Attorney Fee Analysis Blog

"Discusses the newest court decisions—both published and unpublished—as well as the latest editorial articles and books on the subject of attorney fees."

NALFA Attorney Fees Blog

"News and opinion on attorney fee and legal billing jurisprudence." Recent entries include "Mass AG Investigates Utility's $18M Legal Bill," "Top 10 Things an Attorney Fee Expert Should Do" and "Largest Class Action Fee Awards in U.S. History."

RD Legal Funding Blog

"This blog discusses topics and trends in the legal funding space, as well as company updates for RD Legal Funding."

The Last Honest Lawyer

"Educating clients on the things their lawyers don't want them to know."

The [Non]billable Hour

Deals with law firm management and technology issues. It says it is "changing professional practice one idea at a time."