Neither the Coudert Brothers' estate nor Baker & McKenzie can pursue a contingency fee claim for lobbying work the firms said helped secure a $59 million tax refund for Peabody Energy Corp., a Southern District Judge Paul Engelmayer has ruled.
Firms' Attempt to Pursue Contingency Fee for Lobbying Is Rejected
New York Law Journal
February 6, 2013
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