One way to protect yourself from such taxes is to require the customer to pass on a Single Code of Commerce (UCC) security interest to the money placed as a storage agent in your trusted customer account or to create such a security interest in the written pricing agreement. The lawyer becomes a secured creditor and can protect his client either against the trustee in bankruptcy or against another creditor of the client. Reverse contingency cost agreements are generally used when a client is a defendant and has a clearly defined financial risk and may lose the case. When a lawyer agrees to defend the client in the action under a reverse conditional pricing agreement, the client agrees to pay a conditional fee which is an agreed percentage of the difference between the client`s predetermined financial commitment and the final amount of a judgment or transaction paid by the client. If z.B. the client`s predetermined financial commitment is $10 million and the lawyer negotiates a $4 million transaction after litigation, the client would pay a $6 million savings percentage as reverse contingency costs. On the other hand, if the lawyers go to court and lose $10 million, then the client would pay nothing. Self-granting royalty agreements can also be used as part of a hybrid pricing agreement in which the customer (1) agrees to pay at a lower hourly rate or a monthly flat fee, and (2) agrees to pay a percentage of the savings as reverse event fees. Some of Ogborn Mihm`s commercial customers also appreciate potential pricing agreements, as the agreements allow the customer to better manage budgets and risks.

Quota pricing agreements provide access to justice for individuals and businesses who would otherwise not be able to afford to take legal action. Depending on the nature of the case, individuals or companies that are very successful financially may also not be able to sue without a conditional pricing agreement or other alternative pricing system. An hourly fee contract is a contract between a client and the law firm, in which lawyers and para-professionals incriminate the client on time for legal services.