Make the Government Pay! - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Can you make the government pay for your attorney fees? Yes! If you win a FOIA appeal case, a reversal of the BIA, or a Mandamus case, can you really get fees from the government? Yes! Our panel of experts will guide you through the process and advise on best practices for how you can make the government pay for your attorney fees.
- What Are the Requirements and Practical Tips for Receiving Fees for FOIA Litigation?
- When May Attorney Fees Be Paid Under the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA), and How Does That Affect Retainer Agreements and Time-Tracking?
- What Are Practical Considerations for Seeking EAJA Fees in Employment-Based, Family-Based, Asylum, and Humanitarian Cases?
- Astrue v. Ratliff: Impact of the Case on Payment of Attorney Fees
- How Often Do Fees Get Awarded in Mandamus Lawsuits, and What Are Practical Tips for Seeking Attorney Fees?
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