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December 24, 2011

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Chris Cole

The appellate court's reduction in fees, after the trial court already substantially reduced them, seems to go against the oft-repeated rule that the trial court is the best judge of the fees. And, contrary to what the Justices opine about "simple" cases -- there really are none.

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