Holding that where the district court cuts substantially the number of hours compensated because of perceived inefficiency, the court must either "calibrate the number [of hours] chosen to demonstrable inefficiency in carrying out particular tasks" or provide an explanation of the level of reduction chosen
Holding that a losing intervenor was not liable for fees under § 1988(b) even though "the [intervener's] arguments doubtless required the plaintiffs' lawyers to spend additional time" litigating the case
Denying the government's request for a sixty-day stay in execution of judgment where the government had not "offered any good reason why it should be granted greater protections than those provided under the federal rules. . . ."