Transparency in Private Attorney Contracts: S.B. 38 (2015)
Provides for transparency in contracts between the state and private
Provides for transparency in contracts between the state and private attorneys when contracting on a contingency fee basis. Contains tiered limits on the aggregate contingency fees that the private attorneys are allowed to receive from the state.
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