Litigation

Bill of Costs: Who Gets Paid When No One Wins?

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Once the dust settles after a trial ­victory, practitioners routinely file bill of costs in an effort to recoup litigation expenditures, such as filing and service of process fees, as in De Fulvio v. Holst, 362 A.2d 1098, 1099 (Pa. Super. 1976), ("It is a general rule in our judicial system ... that costs inherent in a law suit (sic) are awarded to and should be recoverable by the prevailing party.").

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