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Notice On Contingent Fees
The Revelatory Center for Arts &The Law represents clients in certain cases on a contingent fee basis. In such cases, no fee (aside from case costs including but not limited court filing fees, expert witness fees, and deposition fees) will be charged in the absence of recovery. However, in the event of an adverse verdict or decision, the contingent fee litigant may be responsible for case costs.
Designated Principal Attorney with Responsibility for Web Site
To the extent the State Bar rules require us to designate a principal office and/or single attorney responsible for this site, The Revelatory Center for Arts & The Law designates Melanie D. Popper at 1900 Addison St., Suite 200, Berkeley, CA 94704, 800-678-8476 as the attorney responsible for this site.