Can an attorney representing himself get an award of attorney's fees?

Answer You cannot receive attorney's fees if you represent yourself--not even if you win your case--according to Michigan's Supreme Court. Because you do not charge yourself for services, requesting fees ... Read More »

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What is the highest attorney fee award?

As of October 2009, the highest U.S. attorneys' fee ever awarded in a single class-action suit was $688 million to Coughlin, Stoia, Geller, Rudman & Robbins in their case against Enron Corp. That f... Read More »

Activities for Visually Representing in the Classroom?

Each student has her own way of learning and taking in information. In most classrooms, it is common for the majority of lessons to focus on linguistic learning, or learning through lectures and sp... Read More »

How to File Motions While Representing Yourself Pro Se?

Motions are an integral part of the court process. During this process, the individual filing the motion is called the moving party. The type of motion that the moving party files will determine ho... Read More »

Real Estate Attorney Vs. a Trial Attorney?

Real estate attorneys and trial attorneys are subject to roughly the same certification process across the United States, including graduation from law school and passage of a state bar exam. Howev... Read More »