In a sanctions award over defendants’ failure to comply with discovery orders in a case stemming from the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, a Southern District magistrate judge has awarded three law firms about $311,000—down from the more than $1 million the firms requested—while denying fees to a fourth firm.

If the ruling stands, two defendants who were penalized for discovery failings will have to pay the fees.

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