Liaison Counsel Given Second Chance to Get Attorney Fees

, New York Law Journal


Marion Mishkin, who served as liaison counsel for plaintiffs who suffered bodily injuries in the 9/11 response and cleanup, was denied attorney fees in 2013 for her work on the non-respiratory injury cases, a ruling the Second Circuit overturned yesterday, remanding the case for further discovery.

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Originally appeared in print as 9/11 Liaison Counsel Given Second Chance at Attorney Fee Award

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