AN AWARD OF $1 million inattorneys’ fees stemming from the settlement of a shareholders derivativesuit against Texaco over its handling of a racial discrimination case wasreversed yesterday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

The ruling came in a “piggyback”suit brought by shareholders challenging Texaco’s agreement to pay $115million to settle a landmark racial discrimination case brought by blackemployees.

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