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Employer’s Bill of Costs Was Timely (access required)

An employer who filed a bill of costs four months after the Roanoke U.S. District Court granted summary judgment in plaintiff’s employment discrimination suit did not file an untimely request for attorney’s fees, and the court grants defendant costs of $3,071.13, deducting only $240 for process server fees. The court finds the four-month delay was not ...

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