Plaintiff Neighbor Suing For CC&R Violations In Replacement Dock Construction Gets $104k In Attorney’s Fees/Costs
Although finding the prevailing party issue to be closed, the prevailing party prevailed enough to garner $104,718.80 in attorney’s fees and additional costs in a neighborhood dispute involved in Hooker v. Rodgers, Case No. D065888 (4th Dist., Div. 1 June 16, 2015) (unpublished). Read the article………….
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