Category Archives: G. Retainers and legal fees

Does the winner in a lawsuit get his legal fees reimbursed by the loser?

In this case, yes. Source: Kentucky Must Pay $224,000 After Dispute Over Same-Sex Marriage Licenses – The New York Times Remember Kim Davis? No–you couldn’t have forgotten her! On the most abominably petty level, you (like me, confession) had to … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin and “actual malice”

This news (below) was to be expected. Thing is, people who sue for defamation should first grasp the definition of defamation. So now I’m musing over whether Palin’s lawyers weren’t able to explain “defamation” to her, along with the likelihood … Continue reading

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“A Right to a Lawyer to Save Your Home”

A smart new bill would make New York City the first in the country to provide lawyers for all lower-income tenants facing eviction. Source: A Right to a Lawyer to Save Your Home – The New York Times Terrific news … Continue reading

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