A San Francisco plaintiffs lawyer is facing $25,000 in sanctions for making allegedly false statements in a fee fight over a FedEx bias suit.

Waukeen McCoy submitted billing records that his office formulated after the fact, according to a recommendation from Special Master Edward Swanson filed late Thursday. McCoy also deliberately did not produce documents that had been requested, the special master found.

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