Civil Practice – Attorneys’ Fees – Baseless Claims – Failure to Withdraw – Unfair Trade Practices – Labor & Employment – Severance ContractMcKinnon v. CV Industries Where plaintiff persisted in prosecuting his claims well after he should have realized they were baseless, he must pay some of the attorneys’ fees incurred by defendant after the entry of summary judgment.
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Published: June 22, 2012
Time posted: 3:22 pm
Tags: attorney's fees, Baseless Claims, Civil Practice, Failure to Withdraw, Labor & Employment, Severance Contract, Unfair Trade Practices