THE CORPORATE LIBRARY

Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

LECG Corporation (XPRT)

4/26/2006 Proxy Information

We describe below transactions and series of similar transactions, during our last fiscal year, to which we were a party or will be a party, in which: á the amounts involved exceeded or will exceed $60,000; and á a director, director nominee, executive officer, holder of more than 5% of our common stock or any member of their immediate family had or will have a direct or indirect material interest. We also describe below certain other transactions with our directors, executive officers and stockholders. General 4/26/2006 Proxy Information

In our ordinary course of business, we enter into transactions with some of our directors and officers. We believe that each of these transactions has been on terms no less favorable for us than we could have obtained in a transaction with an independent third party.

Expert and Senior Management Agreements

We are party to expert agreements with Walter H.A. Vandaele, a director, David T. Scheffman, a director through February 2005, David J. Teece, our Chairman of the Board of Directors, and David P. Kaplan, who resigned as President and director effective February 22, 2006. All of these agreements are terminable at will, and the agreements with Drs. Vandaele and Scheffman do not contain restrictions on competition after termination. Pursuant to these agreements, these experts provide expert services on our behalf in consideration for a cash payment based on a percentage, which varies by expert from 70% to 100%, of the sum of the amount of fees collected by us for the hours billed by this person and a percentage (up to 14%) of staff fees collected by us on projects secured by this person. We are also required to pay to Mr. Kaplan $58,333 per month, and collected fees for billings and projects secured by Mr. Kaplan will be deducted against this amount; and we are required to pay to Dr. Vandaele $41,666 per month, and collected fees for billings and projects secured by Dr. Vandaele are deducted against this amount;

In September 2000, we entered into a senior management agreement with David J. Teece, our Chairman of the Board of Directors, providing for among other things, Dr. TeeceŐs compensation as an expert and our Chairman of the Board of Directors. Dr. TeeceŐs annual base salary as our Chairman of the Board of Directors was $225,000 from January 1, 2005 through July 31, 2005. Dr. TeeceŐs annual base salary was increased to $500,000 effective August 1, 2005. Dr. TeeceŐs agreement recognizes that his time availability and commitment to us must accommodate his position as a part-time faculty member at the University of California at Berkeley, and the UniversityŐs regulations regarding conflict of commitment. Dr. Teece is not required to spend more than 50% of his business or professional time on our affairs or provide services on engagements. In addition, we are obligated to provide him with two executive assistants at our expense. The senior management agreement does not have a specified term and is terminable at will.

If Dr. TeeceŐs services as the Chairman of the Board of Directors are terminated by us without cause, Dr. Teece will be entitled to severance payments for a six-month period following termination at his then annual base salary rate, which period may be extended by an additional six months in exchange for a six-month extension of the non-competition covenants of Dr. Teece. Dr. Teece is generally prohibited from managing or controlling a competitive business to ours that has annual revenues greater than $5.0 million during the twelve-month period following his termination, which period is reduced to six months in the event he is terminated by us without cause; however, Dr. Teece may act as an expert in a non-managerial control position. In addition, Dr. Teece is prohibited from soliciting certain of our clients and staff during the twelve-month period following his termination.

In September 2000, we entered into a senior management agreement with David P. Kaplan. In September 2003, we entered into an amended and restated senior management agreement with Mr. Kaplan, providing for among other things, Mr. KaplanŐs compensation as an expert, as previously described, and as our President. Mr. KaplanŐs base salary as our President was $225,000 for the year ended December 31, 2005. Mr. Kaplan resigned as our President and Board member effective February 22, 2006. Mr. Kaplan is also eligible for benefits generally available to our other executive and managerial employees, and we are obligated to provide him with one executive assistant at our expense. The senior management agreement does not have a specified term and is terminable at will.

If we terminate Mr. KaplanŐs services without cause, Mr. Kaplan will be entitled to severance payments totaling $250,000 payable over a 12-month period following termination. Mr. Kaplan is generally prohibited from managing or controlling a competitive business to ours that has annual revenues greater than $5.0 million during the twelve-month period following his termination; however, Mr. Kaplan may act as an expert in a non-managerial control position. In addition, Mr. Kaplan is prohibited from soliciting certain of our clients and staff during the twelve-month period following his termination.

Pursuant to their respective agreements, we paid Dr. Teece, director and executive officer, Mr. Kaplan, former director and executive officer effective February 22, 2006, and Dr. Vandaele, director, $2,628,258, $2,152,838 and $1,734,461, respectively, during 2005 for expert services and project origination fees.

Pursuant to an agreement with David Teece, our Chairman of the Board of Directors, we pay the project origination fees otherwise owing to Dr. Teece to Enterprise Research, Inc., a corporation in which Dr. Teece has a 40% equity position. In identifying the compensation paid to Dr. Teece during 2005, we have included the $1,186,980 amounts paid to this corporation for project origination fees, representing the contractual percentage (typically 14%) applied to professional staff revenue recognized on engagements secured by the expert.

Indemnification Agreements of Officers and Directors

Our amended and restated certificate of incorporation and our bylaws provide that we will indemnify each of our directors and officers to the fullest extent permitted by the Delaware General Corporation Law. Further, we have indemnification agreements for our directors and officers.