Federal court is a different animal from state court – suffice to say that Lion Legal has several attorneys experienced and fully licensed in federal courts in Arkansas.
The same types of cases that are litigated in state court can also be litigated in federal court – often the case is in federal court because the parties to the lawsuit are from different states. There are other reasons too, though.
Any litigation which is the subject of citizens of different states or is the subject of federal law, such as the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Civil Rights Act and many foreclosure defense cases are litigated in Federal Court.
Several of our attorneys are licensed in the Federal Courts of Arkansas and routinely represent our clients aggressively for violations of these acts.
Lion Legal Services is dedicated to providing clear concise options and realistic evaluation on the pros and cons of engaging in civil litigation, which could take months or years to resolve.
Call today to find out about the process, likely results, and evaluate your options in any civil litigation scenario. Let Lion Legal Services Roar to your Rescue!
How much does Federal Court Litigation cost?
Our fees start at $7500 for federal litigation and out of fairness to you, our valuable client – have to be billed hourly. Otherwise your all inclusive fee would be outrageously high to account for all possible contingencies.
In more involved, contested matters, we bill by the hour for extreme transparency for clients. When a case is very convoluted, charging in staged fees causes frustration for clients and makes the billing difficult because the cases are less predictable and the initial fee is much higher; if we track our time then clients know exactly what we did and how long it took. We can also make predictions along the way about future attorneys fees and costs. Read more about our Billing Philosophy here.