Substantiation Of Reasonableness Of Fees

This involved hotel unit condo owners’ over 3-year battle against the HOA and various management entities in which owners sought over $64 million for overcharging for hotel unit management services. The defense (several groups of cross-defendants) was able to obtain a dismissal of the cross-complaint, winning a combined attorney’s fees award of around $4.88 million.    Read the article…………….


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