In many employment disputes, the recovery of reasonable attorney’s fees is an element a prevailing plaintiff-employee can recover. Some plaintiffs attempt to show the reasonableness of their counsel’s rates and fees by comparing it to the rates and amounts billed by the employer’s counsel. In In re National Lloyds Ins. Co., et al., the Texas...… Continue Reading
In In re National Lloyds Ins. Co., et al., the Texas Supreme Court recently held that attorney-billing information of the defendant is not relevant or discoverable where the defendant is not using its own fees as a comparator.
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Katherine Hopkins recieves 2016 Romina L. Mulloy-Bossio Achievement Award