$1.5M In 'Intertwined' Attys' Fees At Issue In Fla. Appeal

Law360, Miami (September 04, 2013, 4:19 PM ET) -- Counsel for a call center company and its chief executive told a Florida appeals court Wednesday that a trial court erred in awarding $1.5 million in legal fees to its former president for claims against the two parties on the grounds they were “inextricably intertwined.”

Allerd Charles Smith, Effective Teleservices Inc.'s former president, recovered $8.7 million from Dilip Barot, ETI's chief executive and his former business partner, for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud, and $1.4 million from ETI, which he sued for breach of contract...
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