You represent Desiree Sapphire in her divorce from Telemachus Hirschorn. Desiree chooses you because you're smart, witty, attractive, and you have a phenomenal sense of humor. You want to do your best for her, especially because she's phenomenally wealthy and might get you some exclusive backstage passes at Carnegie Hall, of which she's a major benefactor. Her divorce from Telemachus is something like a corporate divestiture - both had billions before they married; she from her family's business in gems, and he from his family's shipping business. You make a deal with Desiree that you'll work on a contingent fee - once a satisfactory settlement with Telemachus is reached, you will collect around 2% of her award. You're happy because 2% could mean a lot of money for you in the end. But is there an ethical issue to contend with?