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March 19, 2008



I am suing my landlord in small claims over breach of lease contract. What is the likelihood of getting my legal costs reimbursed by the courts if I win? Thanks.

Gary Ravet

What is the standard for determining what amount of attorney's fees is "reasonable"?


What about family law. i retained my lawyer in August and got my first bill today with a demand for the entire sum or they will no longer work on my case. They knew my financial and medical situation when I retained them and the strategy they said they were going to use has not been used at all. Can they dump me?


I'm a employee in an arbitration case if I lose is the company entitled to sue me over the fees that they incured?

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