The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed two lower court decisions on the awarding of attorney fees in a decision last week consolidating three cases in which private parties sought fees after they prevailed over the U.S. government.

The appeals court also took a stand for the first time on whether an insurance company’s paying for litigation should make a difference in the awarding of fees.

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