ACTIONS IN PARTICULAR CASES
PROTECTION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
6-2107. Award of attorneys’ fees and costs to employer — Action without basis in law or fact. A court may also order that reasonable attorneys’ fees and court costs be awarded to an employer if the court determines that an action brought by an employee under this chapter is without basis in law or in fact. However, an employee shall not be assessed attorneys’ fees under this section if, after exercising reasonable and diligent efforts after filing a suit, the employee files a voluntary dismissal concerning the employer, within a reasonable time after determining that the employer would not be liable for damages.
[6-2107, added 1994, ch. 100, sec. 1, p. 229.]