With the fight over Marc Murr’s fees in the tobacco case resolved, Texas Attorney General John Cornyn is turning back to the dispute over the fees for the five lawyers who served as chief counsel for the state.

Cornyn’s office and Michael Tigar, who represents the five lawyers, have filed motions in the past two months that address whether the lawyers plan to seek fees from the state’s $17.3 billion settlement with the tobacco industry, which became final in July 1998.

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