Corporations that rely on in-house lawyers to litigate disputes may recover attorneys fees at the prevailing hourly market rate, the California Supreme Court said Monday.
In affirming a fee award based on a $185 per hour rate, the justices rejected arguments that permitting recovery at market rates creates a windfall for corporations.
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