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Civil Practice – Appeals – Interlocutory – Attorney’s Fees – Dollar Figure Not Set (access required)

Triad Women's Center, P.A. v. Rogers. A defendant's appeal of an attorney's fee award was interlocutory where the appeal came after the trial court awarded the fees but before it set an actual dollar amount. Because the law in this area has been unclear, the court takes this opportunity to specifically hold that an appeal from an award of attorney's fees may not be brought until the trial court has finally determined the amount to be awarded.

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