A federal judge has granted more than $250,000 in legal fees to lawyers who won more than $500,000 for land title examiners and abstracters—sometimes called “deed dogs”—in a federal wage-and-hour suit.

U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten issued the $768,823 judgment—including the March jury award and legal fees—on June 9.

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