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Heilmann Updated: August 31, 2012 9:34PM A confidential report on alleged overbilling by a law firm the village of Oak Lawn hired on Mayor Dave Heilmann's recommendation should be made public, Heilmann said Friday night.
Neil Morrissey received an apology and £15,000 in damages from the Daily Mail in relation to an article it published about him. Photograph: Michael Stephens/PA Lawyers for Neil Morrissey have been accused by the Daily Mail of abusing a no win, no fee
Two Shelby County residents and one Talladega County resident have filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Childersburg and the private probation company claiming that they had illegal fees imposed on them and were jailed multiple times when they
The lawyers for the DHS defendants said Children's Rights, which filed the lawsuit, is trying to shift the burden of proving the reasonableness of its $9.5 million fee request onto the state agency. They say it is up to the plaintiffs to be
The Record Two North Jersey lawsuits in which homeowners claim their hometown governments violated their U.S. constitutional rights are part of a growing trend in which such local disputes are leapfrogging state judiciaries, say area attorneys say.
The Golden State is among the most permissive in allowing attorneys to tap into the estates of elderly and disabled adults who already feel they are being overcharged for court-appointed help, according to some legal experts and a review of higher
The Record A state judge in Paterson is scheduled to decide Friday how much Haledon taxpayers must pay to cover reinstated borough Police Chief Louis Mercuro's legal fees he incurred in his successful court fight against administrative misconduct
The state should pay $115,000 each to three sets of attorneys who worked on this year's redistricting lawsuits, meaning the state is on the hook for $345,000. The award of attorneys fees is less than the attorneys had asked for. The three separate
Anniversary Conference of the Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute in Vail, Colo...Americans forced to litigate against the federal government to be paid their attorneys' fees and expenses if they prevailed and if the government 's legal position was
James Eagan Holmes, 24, a former University of Colorado Denver doctoral student, is charged with scores of counts of murder and attempted murder in the shootings that killed 12 and injured 58. Should the Holmes case proceed to trial, both prosecution