attorney's fee

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Noun[edit]

attorney's fee (plural attorney's fee)

  1. (law): the fee charged by an attorney for work done in relation to a lawsuit or other work done by an attorney.
  2. (law): an amount set by a court to be awarded to a prevailing party based on the reasonable fee that their attorney should have charged, based on the length and complexity of the case.