The firms that took the lead in the civil lawsuit over the 2003 Staten Island Ferry crash that killed 11 people and injured dozens more expected formidable opposition from New York City attorneys, who tried, but ultimately failed, to limit the city’s liability in the accident to $14 million.

They did not, however, expect a skirmish with their own colleagues over fees once the city was defeated last month in Brooklyn federal court.

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