The federal judge in Atlanta, whose bonus award to civil rights attorneys prompted the U.S. Supreme Court last year to place strict limits on such fees, has again found that a child welfare organization and its Atlanta legal partners deserve additional money for their work in reforming Georgia’s foster care system.

“The question is,” asked U.S. District Senior Judge Marvin H. Shoob on April 1, “‘How much?’”

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