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 general contractor under CCP[ss]998 sought its attorneys fees incurred after the time of its offer of $900,000, based on its position that it was entitled to post-CCz[ss]998-offer attorneys fees and costs, and the subcontractor's recovery was less than the contractor's CCP[ss]998 offer.
These costs included $568,925 in attorneys fees, plus general contractor's expert witness fees in the amount of $247,652.
In March of the same year, the Oregon courts reexamined the issue of attorneys fees in UIM claims in Grijalva v.
504 would amend the current statute to limit attorneys fees that the court may award if a settlement is not made within six months from the date a proof of loss is filed with the insurer.
Citizen Suits, and the Award of Attorneys Fees in Environmental Litigation
Porter Valley's bylaws state that members who sue the club must pay its attorneys fees.
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.
All that's left to decide now is how much to award our side for the attorneys fees and costs we've expended to defeat QT 5's contentions.
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 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.