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Litigation: What’s Taking So Long? (Part 1)

“What’s taking so long?” This is a common question asked by clients as a lawsuit goes on and on, oftentimes for year after year. Sometimes, the passage of time cannot be helped; neither the parties, the lawyers, nor the courts, … Continue reading

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Can I Recover my Attorney’s Fees if I Win? Part 2

{3:30 to read} In my previous article, I discussed the law concerning the awarding of attorney’s fees to prevailing parties in litigation, some of the practical effects of allowing or not allowing an award of attorney’s fees, and the application of … Continue reading

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Can I Recover My Attorney’s Fees if I Win? Part 1

{4:00 minutes to read} When served with a lawsuit that one thinks has no merit, or when forced to start one to protect one’s rights or recover property that is due them, one of the first questions that is asked … Continue reading

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