Doe v. Alger

Following a successful due process claim against James Madison University related to accusations of sexual misconduct, the court awarded the plaintiff $519,271 in fees, $41,408 in litigation expenses, and $13,500 in costs. The court imposed a modest reduction based on the plaintiff’s measure of success and based on certain block-billing entries.

Doe v. Alger, No. 5:15cv35, Sept. 27, 2018. WDVA at Harrisonburg (Dillon).



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