A federal bankruptcy court judge has slashed the fees sought by an attorney for representing himself in an action against the Internal Revenue Service.

Northern District of New York Bankruptcy Judge Robert E. Littlefield Jr. last May took the unusual step of allowing Paul S. Hudson to seek attorneys fees for his successful pro se efforts. Shortly afterward, Hudson submitted a bill for $21,206.

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