Wendy Wen Yun Chang's Authors Article Published in California Bar Journal
Accurate Classification of a Retainer Fee is Critical for Ethical Case Handling
"Accurate classification of a retainer fee is critical for ethical case handling," an article written by Hinshaw's Wendy Wen Yun Chang, was published on the California Bar Journal this week. Wendy Chang is a partner of the firm out of Los Angeles.
In the article, Ms. Chang breaks down all the technicalities which make up the "retainer fee" and discusses its implications on ethics in terms of lawyer-client relationships.
The California Bar Journal is the official publication of the State Bar of California and publishes articles on a large variety of legal issue; often written by established California lawyers.
Ms. Chang represents businesses in all types of business litigation, with particular emphasis in high exposure complex litigation, trials and appeals. Ms. Chang represents corporate and governmental entities in a variety of high exposure media interest litigation, including complex tort defense, fraud and conspiracy claims, insurance litigation (coverage litigation, bad faith), contracts, and complex business disputes from filing through mediation, trial, arbitration, and/or appeal. She regularly appears before the trial courts and the courts of appeal.