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Court Of Federal Claims

ATTORNEY FEES - The Court of Federal Claims found that the government's position during a trial in the lower court, that an aviation company must return three planes under the Espionage Act, was not substantially justified. Under the Equal Access to Justice Act, the company is entitled to costs and fees incurred after 2003, plus more than $60,000 in attorney's fees.

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