In-house lawyers for an insurance company argued before the California Supreme Court on Thursday that they are entitled to collect attorneys fees from vanquished foes — just like their brethren in law firms.

“We are entitled to the costs incurred” in winning a collection case against attorney David Drexler, argued Laurie Falik, an attorney in the San Francisco office of Aon Corp. Aon is the parent company of PLCM Group Inc., an insurance claims administrator embroiled directly in the dispute.

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