Hourly Representation at Labor Commissioner/Unemployment Hearings/ABC Hearings/HOA meetings
While attorneys and legal services are traditionally associated with a courtroom, there are many out-of-court scenarios in which hourly representation by an attorney can prove extremely helpful. California Labor Commissioner Hearings, California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board Hearings, Alcohol and Beverage Control (ABC) hearings, Homeowners Association (HOA) meetings, and California Employment Development Department (EDD) hearings represent just a few examples of instances where hourly representation by an attorney can help to ensure you a favorable result.
Rather than hiring an attorney to work on the totality of your administrative or extra-judicial matter, you may choose to hire an attorney simply to represent you at meetings or hearings. While less comprehensive than a more extended scope of representation, an hourly representative can assist you in highlighting important arguments or risks in a controlled manner for a reasonable price. Further, hourly representation by an attorney can assist you to present your case in a thorough, organized, and detailed fashion expressed through the representative’s legal expertise.