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August 2, 2011

Court Finds Clerical Tasks, Block-Billing, and Travel Time Warrant a 30% Reduction

(Volume 1, Issue 10) After the defendants’ failure to oppose the plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment, the plaintiff filed a motion for attorney’s fees in…
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Case StudiesNewslettersPublications
July 29, 2011

District Court Finds That Legal Bills Should be Reduced by Any Charges That Inadequately Describe the Work Performed

(Volume 1, Issue 9) The United States District Court for the District of Columbia recently reduced the fee in a law firm’s legal bills when…
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Case StudiesNewslettersPublications
July 26, 2011

Tennessee District Court Reduces Attorney’s Fee Award by 25% to Account for Excessive, Duplicative and Redundant Billing

(Volume 1, Issue 8) Following a party’s successful motion to award attorneys’ fees, a District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee assessed the legal…
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