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Rule 11 Threats Led to Higher Fees (access required)

In this suit in which an African-American boat painter won damages for retaliation by a boatyard owner who shared with other area boatyard owners the painter’s EEOC charge, filed after the painter’s termination, the Richmond U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge who tried the case awards plaintiff attorney’s fees of $59,116.67 and costs of $3,322.59. Earlier the ...

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