. . . Unless Retainer Agreement Requires Otherwise.
Hernandez v. Siegel, Case No. A139653 (1st Dist., Div. 5 Sept. 30, 2014) (published) decided, unless a client-attorney retainer agreement dictates otherwise, post-judgment interest on a fee award and routine costs generally are interests vested in the attorney, rather than the client. The appellate court placed great reliance on Flannery v. Prentice, 26 Cal.4th 572 (2001) in reaching its result on the fee post-judgment interest issue.