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Attorney Busted For Padding Bills


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The US Chamber of Commerce has invested years persuading the American public that lawyers are evil and undependable. And also however, a tale comes that just appears to feed into that story, like the recent tale of a lawyer that was so careless and so terrified that his superiors would certainly figure out that he chose to bill his customers for hrs that he never functioned. Lawyers Mike Papantonio as well as Peter Mougey review this.

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    • Posted by America's Imperialist, at Reply


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  2. Posted by Michael Moretti, at Reply

    Tip of the ice-berg.

    This is EXTREMELY common.

    I know many lawyers who routinely make random bullshit phone-calls that serve no purpose solely so they can bill their clients for another 6 minutes.

  3. Posted by k1cky scotland, at Reply

    A dishonest lawyer?,I find that rather difficult to believe!.You can’t see my face but one of my eyebrows is raised denoting sarcasm!.

  4. Posted by BernieYohan, at Reply

    Grisham wrote about this in the firm. Bill bill bill. Bill clients for hours you were asleep because you can claim you dreamt about the case.

  5. Posted by KrAkEn, at Reply

    hahaha the Chamber of Commerce. What a joke. They should be forced to change their name first and foremost. Second their dark money should be shut down. Thirdly they should be stopped from pretending they actually represent small businesses.
    Franchised corruption.
    It’s interesting that the money pigs are constantly getting away with crying ‘socialism’ while they socialize the economy for the rich.

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      No, it is not. You might find it irrelevant and unworthy of consideration, but it is not fake. Come on! Have some respect for the truth.

  7. Posted by Dragon1717, at Reply

    Commonplace. It’s called the billable hour problem. End it and end it now.

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      Capitalism. Its called capitalism.

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  12. Posted by Pondok Indah 12310, at Reply

    A friend of mine who finished his law school and got admitted to the bar decided to take over a case his dad was dealing for the last 4 years. He concluded in no more than 6 months and bragged about it in front of his dad, to which daddy said “son, how do you think we got you through college”.

    Never trust lawyers.

    • Posted by Troy Schroeder, at Reply

      So your friend is lying about his dad, then? I mean…never trust lawyers, right? Does your friend know you don’t trust him? Why are you his friend if you don’t trust him? Some friend you are.

  13. Posted by Butt Nutz, at Reply

    Wow, that was lame

  14. Posted by Laura Snyder, at Reply

    All lawyers who bill by the hour pad their time at some point in their careers. Certainly some do it more than others, and some exaggerate their time more than others, but every single lawyer has done it at some point in their career, and most have done it many times. It’s the nature of the beast of billing time.

    ALL lawyers who work for firms that pressure them to bill as many hours as possible pad their time. It’s a matter of professional survival. Those who don’t are shown the door, because they necessarily will have moments when they are not billing “enough” time, from the firm’s perspective.

    The presenters in the video are right – this is about firm culture. And it’s about the culture of the entire legal profession. Hourly billing incentivizes dishonesty. Also – it creates a huge conflict of interest between lawyers and their clients. Hourly billing should be considered an ethical violation, but it won’t be because it would require most firms – and large firms in particular – to completely re-work their business models, something they are unwilling (and probably also unable) to do.

    I agree with other comments about this video being lame. How lawyers price their work and bill their clients is a hugely important topic because it directly affects if and how people can defend and assert their rights. That is, it’s about the fundamental issue of access to justice. It’s too bad that these presenters don’t even come close to doing the topic justice. Mike Papantonio certainly has the ability to do so.

    • Posted by chang jeffrey, at Reply

      Laura Snyder I dealt with them once. Charged me 5k and barely got anything done.

    • Posted by Laura Snyder, at Reply

      chang jeffrey Yeah, that happens too 🙁

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  18. Posted by hades angelos, at Reply

    I don’t even need to watch this, Padding Bills? You don’t say …

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