Pacific Lumber Co. went out on a limb when it tried to recover $670,000 in attorneys fees from its longtime foe, the Humboldt County environmental group Environmental Protection Information Center Inc. On Wednesday, the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals sawed that limb off.

The unanimous court said that Pacific Lumber was not entitled to fees just because EPIC lost an Environmental Protection Act case against the logging giant.

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