Judge Slashes Kramer Levin's 'Breathtaking' Request for Fees

, New York Law Journal

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A federal judge has rejected a $3.1 million fee request submitted by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, awarding the firm only a fraction of the money it sought for winning a fight over a downpayment on a luxury apartment co-operative.

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  • Solusipse

    Bad judgment all around: Client for using Kramer for this mattert; Kramer for GROSS overkill; court for allowing if not compelling overlawyering, discovery, abuse of procedures and inefficient court procedures; AG for rfefusal to intervene after establishing bureaucratic procedures for this, and in the end the parties for obstinate refusal to settle!!

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