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Larry Cohen is the host of Ringler Radio and is the head of Ringler Associates operations in the Northeast....

There are important benefits for trial lawyers using a deferred compensation plan when it comes to their contingent fees. How does it work and are there any restrictions for plaintiff attorneys who want to structure their fees? Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen is joined by co-host Doug Merritt and special guest, nationally recognized tax attorney Robert W. Wood from the firm of Wood & Porter in San Francisco, to discuss the requirements and answer the questions that could help trial lawyers manage their incomes.

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Published: August 21, 2009
Podcast: Ringler Radio
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