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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Only by terminating the landlord-tenant relationship and awarding a final judgment of possession to the owner, coupled with an award of use and occupancy and attorneys fees, could the owner be made whole.
Some of those tabs are in the court records, with monthly attorneys fees of up to $950, sometimes twice as high as the rest of the bill.
Please remove from my billing statement all references to attorneys fees which Porter Valley Country Club has no legal right to collect.
District Court in Cleveland seeking nearly $1 million in attorneys fees and expenses from the United Steelworkers of America (USWA) international union and its Local 169 in Mansfield, Ohio.
367 million in compensatory damages and reimbursement of its attorneys fees.
The purpose of this Notice is to inform you that the action brought in the Court as a class action on behalf of the purchasers of PJIGX during the period July 1, 1991 through May 9, 1994, inclusive, has concluded in a proposed settlement of $13,900,000, before any award of attorneys fees and costs.
The purpose of this Notice is to inform you that the action brought in the Court as a class action on behalf of the purchasers of Ceridian common stock during the period January 23, 1996 through August 26, 1997, inclusive, has concluded in a proposed settlement of $5,175,000, before any award of attorneys fees and costs.
Yesterday, the Court rendered an opinion finding TEL had willfully infringed the `223 patent, enjoined any further infringement of that patent, and awarded attorneys fees and costs.
The payment of monetary fines and attorneys fees may be delayed until the bankruptcy filing against LifeOne is dismissed.
Ultimate resolution of the case and receipt by the subsidiaries of the award of attorneys fees is subject to affirmation of the trial court's ruling on appeal.