conditional fee

noun

  • Contract Law
  • The Practice of Law

Definitions of conditional fee

  • an agreement between a lawyer and a client under which the lawyer will only be paid if he or she wins the case or succeeds in reaching a settlement

    The supermodel's law firm was hired on a conditional fee basis for her successful privacy challenge to the newspaper over her drug treatment.

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