When ruling on a prevailing party's request for attorneys' fees, a court can multiply the reasonable hourly rate by the number of hours reasonably expended, to reach a presumptively reasonable fee, and then discount that fee, to account for partial success.
Negron v. Mallon Chevrolet Inc.
U.S. District Court
October 8, 2012
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