Government Retention of Personal Injury Lawyers: SB 2047 (1999); N.D. Cent. Code, § 54-12-08.1.
Provides that an emergency commission must approve the attorney general’s
Provides that an emergency commission must approve the attorney general’s appointment of a special assistant attorney general in a civil case in which the amount in controversy exceeds $150,000. Prohibits a state governmental agency from contracting legal services by contingent fee unless the entity receives an appointment from the attorney general for a special assistant attorney general.
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