Retaner AgreementsThank you, Tracy.  We use retainer agreements.  Please define a non-engagement and disengagement letter and let me know how they are used.  Thank you.  

I’ve pulled this information from http://www.nysba.org/ManagingYourPractice/

This is what the professional liability insurance carrier underwriter is expecting:

Non-engagement letters explicitly inform prospective clients that the law firm will not accept retention. These should be used when your firm decides not to accept a client.

Disengagement letters advise the client that the attorney-client relationship has terminated. These are used when a matter or transaction has concluded. 

Please let me know if you have any other questions or would like more information.

Tracy Norcross
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