Superior Court / BLS
June 6, 2022
If the plaintiffs, after prevailing over their contractual claims, now claim the counselor’s fees, the claim should be rejected because the compensation provisions in the parties’ contracts do not clearly and unambiguously provide for the award of the fees of the party in dispute. between the parties to those agreements. “In December 2021, the Court (Green, J.) handed down a summary judgment for …
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