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In a scholarly post entitled “Contingency Charges, Settlement Delay and Low-Quality Litigation: Empirical Evidence from Two Datasets” from December 2002, the authors objectively investigated the issue “whether legal quality is decrease under contingency or hourly fees” in personal injury instances (in certain, health-related malpractice cases), discovering that “hourly fees stimulate the submittin

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