common fund doctrine

common fund doctrine
This doctrine provides that a private plaintiff, or plaintiffs attorney, whose efforts create, discover, increase, or preserve a fund to which others also have a claim is entitled to recover from the fund the costs of his litigation, including attorneys' fees. Vincent v. Hughes Air West, Inc., C.A.Cal., 557 F.2d 759, 769

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