Few terms hold more importance for a law firm’s clients or its employees than billable hour--not a real hour, but sixty minutes of work that the lawyer can bill a client for. It is no accident that a popular lawyer joke on this subject made its first written appearance in a major federal case on attorneys’ fees. As recounted by a dissenting judge . . .
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