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« Cases Under Review, Employment, Prevailing Party, Section 998: Employer Accepting 998 $20,000 Offer From Former Employee In Wage/Hour Suit Assessed With $162,434.25 In Fees Under Labor Code Section 1194 Given 998 Offer Was Silent On Fees/Costs | Main | In The News . . . . 2015 BTI Consulting Survey Shows Corporate Clients Are Switching Core Counsel A Lot, Delaware Chancery Court Decides Nonreciprocal By-Law Fee-Shifting Provision Does Not Apply To Former Shareholder, And Many Southern California Law Sch »

March 22, 2015

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