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Jumbled Words: Erroneously Treating Costs Differently From Fees in FEHA Cases (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

April 1, 2012


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Employment Law


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Prevailing plaintiffs in FEHA cases are presumed to be entitled to fees, while prevailing defendants can only recover fees if a plaintiff's claim is deemed frivolous. The same distinction is not, however, applied to costs. The author argues that public policy requires identical treatment of costs and fees.

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John Steven West
Allred, Maroko & Goldberg

John Steven West is a partner in the law firm of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg. A 1981 graduate of Loyola Law School, Mr.... Read More

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