I also devoted an additional 1.4 hours related toMs.
Jordan’s attempt to file requests for admissions
, because I drafted amotion to strike that attempted discovery pleading. I did not file themotion, because the Cou
rt rejected Ms. Jordan’s pleading
.These hours are also detailed on
My hours compensable pursuant to this Court’s order of
December 5, 2012, accordingly total 45.8 hours.7.
I was assisted in this matter by my colleague, DeputySolicitor General Allyson Zipp, who devoted a total of 7 hours to thedefense of this appeal between the dates of September 7, 2012, throughand including October 16, 2012. A true and correct copy of a declarationshe previously filed in this matter is attached as
for ease of reference. Ms. Zipp has since left the employment of the Office of theAttorney General.8.
The Office of the Attorney General has developed aschedule of litigation recovery rates, to be used when seeking the recovery
of attorney’s f
ees from opposing parties. A true and correct copy of thatschedule is attached as
. The fee schedule sets hourly ratesbased upon years of experience as an Attorney. I was admitted to theWashington bar in 1991, after earlier being admitted to the bars of California and Montana in 1987 and 1988 respectively. Accordingly,