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Arkansas Lawawards Attorneys' Fees To Party 'on Top'

Friday, May 04, 2007 12:05 pm

 
Arkansas Lawawards Attorneys' Fees To Party 'on Top'

The Supreme Court of Arkansas held that a party that paid only a quarter of the fees was the prevailing party for purposes of awarding attorneys' fees.

CJ Building Corporation (CJ) entered into a subcontract with TRAC-10 on a project. After CJ finished, TRAC-10 discovered that CJ had failed to perform adequately. Consequently, when CJ demanded a retainage held by TRAC- 10, TRAC-10 refused to pay. CJ foreclosed on its materialman's [...]

 
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