Please read this page for quick answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs), along with directed links to pages providing additional information.
Do you have Case Studies?
A: Yes, please click here to see our Case Studies.
Do you have any Testimonials?
A: Yes, please click here to see our Testimonials.
How do you charge clients for your services?
A: Our fees vary by engagement, and are documented in an engagement letter to our clients prior to undertaking representation. Depending on the work to be performed, we may work on a contingency basis, hourly rate basis, hybrid or flat fee.
Why won’t you discuss my case with me (either in person or via phone)?
A: Each year we provide a lot of pro-bono hours in the form of free consultations. The following are several common reasons, and certainly not all the possible reasons, why we may NOT schedule time to talk with you either in person or by phone. In some cases, more than one reason will apply. (NOTE: Many of these reasons also apply to the question “Why won’t you represent me or my company?”):
1. You are not the potential client or decision maker. We need to talk with the potential client. This website is loaded with free information about our firm which you can provide to the decision maker or potential client (“PC”).
2. You are already represented by counsel. If your counsel would like to hire us as a consultant, or agrees with hiring us as a consultant, then we can discuss that arrangement.
3. Your case is outside of our practice areas, and we cannot refer you to someone in our trusted network.
4. We don’t understand your legal matter based on the information you submitted.
5. You did not include your contact information, or you included the incorrect contact information.
6. You have not paid the consultation retainer (if agreed).
7. You are approaching us with an urgent need to have work performed and do not want to sign an engagement letter.
“Will Chris Adishian sit on our Board?”
A: Chris periodically reviews opportunities to sit on Boards of Directors (Governors or Trustees). If you would like to see if Chris is available to sit on your Board, please contact our firm with the following information: (1) about your organization and its mission; (2) number of meetings per month and (3) duration of term.
“Will Chris Adishian speak to our group or organization?”
A: Chris Adishian periodically speaks to groups on topical legal issues in the areas of employment, business and real estate law. If your organization would like to have Chris speak, please include the following information along with your request: (1) Name of organization; (2) Date of event: (3) Location of event; (4) Format of event; (5) Topic and (6) expected duration. Videos of some of Chris’s recent speaking engagements can be seen on the Adishian Law You Tube Channel.
What are some of the organizations that you support?
A: Please see our representative List of Charitable donations.
How do I submit a request for pro-bono representation?
A: Please use our web submission form.
How do I submit a request for consideration for a donation?
A: Preferably by regular mail.
“Does Adishian Law pay referral fees?”
A: Yes, in accordance with State Bar Rules. Please see the following article about Referral Fees.
“How can my firm get on your list of firms that you refer cases to?”
A: Your firm will need to meet the criteria set our in the following article about Referral Fees, and will need to sign our standard referral agreement.
How do I apply to work for Adishian Law Group?
A: Please see our Careers page for the latest information. We often get personal referral or introduction from a client or trusted member of our network, and we also use ZipRecruiter.
“Will you buy my law practice?”
A: We do periodically review purchases as they are presented to us. For more information, please see this link about “How to Sell Your Law Practice.“
How can I become a Vendor to Adishian Law Group?
A: As a law firm we receive a steady stream of vendor calls, daily, monthly and weekly. If you are interested in pitching your services to us, we often set these meetings for Friday afternoons. Cold calls always go to voice mail.