Level of Success a Key Factor in Civil Rights Fee Award Cases

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The 9th Circuit has recently overturned an attorneys' fee award of $200,000 by the District Court in a civil rights case, holding that the District Court failed to consider the level of success obtained by the plaintiff in that matter. See Ian McCowan v. City of Fontana 550 F3d 918 (2008).

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