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How does one establish reasonable fees in the Los Angeles area for the purposes of calculating the lodestar? What evidence is required for the court to view?
Thanks.

ROD TOOTHACRE

IN A 12940 CASE WHERE THE PLAINTIFF HAS SERVED A 998 OFFER, DO ATTORNEY FEES AWARDED BY THE COURT DRAW INTEREST FROM THE DATE OF THE 998 OFFER?

ROD

How does one establish reasonable fees in the Los Angeles area for the purposes of calculating the lodestar? What evidence is required for the court to view?
Thanks.

ROD

N A 12940 CASE WHERE THE PLAINTIFF HAS SERVED A 998 OFFER, DO ATTORNEY FEES AWARDED BY THE COURT DRAW INTEREST FROM THE DATE OF THE 998 OFFER?

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