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June 4, 2012

District Court Reduces Fee Award by Over $30,000 for Unrelated Billing and Excessive Hourly Billing Rates

(Volume 2, Issue 30) In a recent District Court of Oregon case, the court ordered the plaintiff to pay the defendant’s reasonable costs and attorneys’…
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May 24, 2012

New York Court Adopts Sterling Analytics’ Recommendation to Reduce Over $600,000 in a Fee Demand to $38,840

(Volume 2, Issue 29) A New York trial court adopted Sterling Analytics’ expert opinion that a title insurer’s obligation to pay for the defense of…
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May 18, 2012

Court Reduces Attorney Fee Award by Over 80% for Boilerplate Filings and Failure to Provide Supporting Evidence for Fee Petition

(Volume 2, Issue 28) Last month, a federal court drastically reduced a requested fee award of $11,325 to a mere $1,940 after the prevailing Plaintiff…
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April 26, 2012

Federal Court Reduces Fee Award for Billing at Quarter-Hour Increments, Charging for Administrative Work and Excessive Time for Certain Tasks

(Volume 2, Issue 25) In early April, a United States District Court for Nevada reduced the total number of hours for which Plaintiff’s attorney could…
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