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Court of Appeal Confirms Attorneys Fee Award for Initiating Action that Lead to Positive Impact on Public Interest
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Protect Our Water v. County of Merced, ___Cal. App.4th___
On May 25, 2005, the Fifth District Court of Appeal, in an unpublished opinion, reversed a superior court order denying attorneys fees for Protect Our Water (POW). In 2001 POW filed an action in Merced County Superior Court challenging the County of Merced’s approval of a surface mining project and the attendant Environmental Impact Report (EIR).
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California) Merced County
5th District Court of Appeal
Protect Our Water v. County of Merced