A panel of federal judges on Wednesday appeared inclined to fell a timber company’s effort to recover $670,000 in attorneys fees from an environmental group that unsuccessfully sued over logging practices in Humboldt County.

But the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals judges also seemed troubled by three of its own conflicting precedents on fee awards.

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