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Prevailing party gets fees on motion to compel (access required)

Where a party suing for breach of contract successfully prevailed on its motion to compel emails and documents relating to a prior contract, because the hourly rates of its attorneys at Foley & Lardner were slightly above those of attorneys in the district with similar experience, it was awarded $22,505.50 in fees, instead of the ...