A litigant whose counsel billed nearly twice as many hours as the case required saw a federal judge pare his fee request to less than half on Wednesday.

Finding that attorney Justin Swidler spent excessive hours on a simple wage-and-hour case and achieved limited results, District Judge Noel Hillman in Camden awarded only $10,710 of the nearly $27,000 sought.

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