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Fee Provision Covers Future Fees (access required)

A contract’s fee-shifting provision for fees “actually incurred” in a collection action allows plaintiff to recover fees in this case after a default judgment even though plaintiff hasn’t paid any fees yet; but an Alexandria U.S. District Court declines to award the 40-percent contingency fee called for in the fee agreement and awards plaintiff $13,980 ...

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