For more than 18 years, Joseph J. Haddad’s law firm has focused on complex civil, business, and employment litigation, representing both employers and employees. His areas of expertise include Title VII, sexual harassment, the ADA, wrongful discharge, workers’ compensation discrimination, unemployment, non-compete agreements and retaliation. He is an experienced litigator and fierce advocate for his clients. Read More…
Taylor provides her clients with informed, strategic, and transparent legal advice. She represents businesses, employers, and individuals and empowers them to make informed decisions in their best interests. She prides herself on her communication skills and dedication to helping her clients succeed, whether in single-issue matters a recurring advisory role, or in complex litigation. Read More…
Robert’s multifaceted background includes years in the entertainment industry, in the insurance industry, and in big business. He applies the same level of commitment to his clients whether they are taking their first steps in exciting careers or protecting their rights as established professionals. Robert’s focus is on litigation, though his experience in the courtroom and the negotiation table also gives him valuable perspective for consulting clients on how to best assess risks and opportunities proactively. Read More…
We understand many of our clients want alternatives to the traditional method of being billed by the hour.
While our firm continues to offer affordable hourly rates with reasonable retainer requirements, we actively explore with each client the possibility that a custom fee arrangement is better suited to the client’s needs and budget. Without compromising our responsiveness or effectiveness, JJH Law tailors our representation to fit each client’s needs, goals, and resources.
A forecasted budget for a set amount of hours including discounted hourly rates.
Best for: LLC formations, Legal Advice or counseling, as well as non-litigation or pre-litigation matters.
Best For: Litigation attorneys typically make their clients choose between representation on an hourly rate or a contingency fee basis. Too many contingency lawyers try to win their cases by doing the bare minimum. Likewise, hourly attorneys frequently overwork or over-bill a matter when the circumstances do not warrant the number of hours spent by counsel. Call (503) 552-1467 to find out if a hybrid fee structure might be best for your case.
“Joe is an excellent lawyer. I hired him on an employment issue, and he is just superb to work with. He is responsive, very personable, very nice, and knew just where to push and how to get things done.”