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Opinions – 3/20/14: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure, Attorney’s fees  BOTTOM LINE: Although the circuit court was required to recognize that appellants were entitled to an attorney’s fee award from appellees and was required to fashion a reasonable fee award to compensate appellants, the court was not necessarily required to apply the “common core of facts” doctrine to award a fully compensatory fee. CASE: ...

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