Attorney's Fee

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Attorney's Fee

A fee a lawyer charges for legal services. Lawyers may work by the hour, for a flat fee, or may even be paid a percentage of the amount one wins in a lawsuit.
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The Court decided that 27 hours spent in preparing the post-trial memorandum was a reasonable amount of time for this service, reduced the attorney fee application accordingly, and granted the application for landlord's attorney's fees for the balance.
The federal judge who in October threw out Beard-Williams' lawsuit against the school district on Friday rejected the district's request that she be ordered to pay it $258,354 for attorney fees.
The sum of compensatory and punitive damages can't exceed these caps, but the limits don't include attorney fees or court costs.
There is the damage claim, which is substantial and attorney fees that are substantial, so there are a number of outstanding issues between us.
In addition, the NAFTA Tribunal awarded Mexico with approximately $1,250,000 in costs and attorney fees as a "prevailing party".
The district court awarded attorney fees of 150%, or $1,500, according to the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA).
There was, and although both sides claim the judge ruled in their favor on the issue earlier this year, bills for more recent attorney fees have been sent to members by letter, not placed on the house account.
The detainees moved for the award of attorneys' fees, and the district court awarded the fees pursuant to the civil rights attorney fees statute.
Records show that fees to the high-powered law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher made up nearly half of the total - $320,698 for attorney fees, online research fees, telephone charges and travel expenses.
The Court also awarded attorney fees to NTP, but ordered the amount to be decreased by 20%.
The court also held that the PLRA statutory language was sufficiently broad to permit attorney fees to be awarded on the litigation of the fee question.