Law360, New York (October 5, 2011, 10:40 PM EDT) -- A California judge ruled Monday that National Union of Healthcare Workers President Sal Rosselli and six others, who unsuccessfully sued the Service Employees International Union for allegedly resorting to intimidation and assault, must pay nearly $58,000 in legal fees and expenses incurred by the defendants.
California Superior Court Judge Harold Kahn awarded the defendants — a group that includes the SEIU, its United Healthcare Workers West arm and former SEIU President Andy Stern — all the expenses they sought from the plaintiffs, but only 35 percent of the legal fees they were after. The total award was $57,890.
NUHW spokesman Leighton Woodhouse...
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